If all the IRAs are under your name, yes. You can contact your IRA provider and request a transfer or rollover to another IRA accounts. Note that if you have a Roth IRA, it would have to stay separate from traditional IRAs. Doing so will help you manage your assets easier.
It is not only possibe, but I encourage you to do so.
Asset Allocation is easier when you can look at one consolidated account. The pesky maintenance fees should also be lower as there will be fewer of them. Be sure, if you have more than one type of IRA not to mix them during the consolidation: keep IRA's together, IRA Rollovers together. and do not consolidate a "regular" IRA with a Roth IRA.
The safest way to make the consolidation is to do a trustee to trustee transfer. This will make the matching of 1099's easier when you file your 2016 taxes next year and avoid any restrictions on transfers invoked when you receive a check and send it on to a new trustee.
Yes it is possible in may cases. Contact Fidelity, Vangaurd or other low cost providers for clear guidance. Be very carful of the "One Transfer Per Year" restriction. If you use Trustee to trustee transfers, you can avoid this problem. Good Luck
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