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You must take the RMD separately from each 401K. That makes the 401K RMDs separate from the TIRAs. You can aggregate TIRAs for the purpose of RMDs if they are of the same "type".....that is e.g. yours.......so you can take the RMD from 1 TIRA or some or all . You can not aggregate TIRAs of different types....e.g. inherited/beneficiary TIRAs with your own.
When I retired, my company required my 401K's to be taken out of their programs because they'd been paying the expenses. My 401K's were rolled into a Rollover IRA account with my other personally funded IRA funds.
When my minimum withdrawals are required, it'll be all consolidated.
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