Consolidating sep ira
To make my answer as clear as possible I'm going to assume that all of your accounts are either IRA's or 401(k)'s and share the same tax treatment.
There are a three big benefits to combining accounts.
Even if you are doing the 401k yourself, it is likely less expensive and more functional to combine them. You could certainly rollover your Guidestone account to your current 401k. The point I would like to make is that it is important to know why you are looking to consolidate your “old” 401(k)’s.
If it is simply for convenience, then you may be limiting some potential financial benefits now and in the future.
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1) Simplicity, when all of your money is in one place it is easier to manage, and there is only one account for you to pay attention to.
2) Fees, usually one account is the cheapest to have, and it is also the cheapest way to invest as there are often breaks in fees depending on your holding size.
If they are all retirement accounts, such as 401k, 403b, IRA, etc.
that can be rolled over into an IRA, it is probably a good idea to consolidate them into one account.