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A rollover from a Traditional IRA to a 403b is an allowed action. Under the rules for RMD if you're still working at 70½, your current employer's retirement plan may allow you to wait until after you retire to take your first RMD from that plan. In this case, you have until April 1, the year after you retire, to take your first RMD.Before you do this rollover you need to check with your employer and make certain that their 403b allows the deferring of the RMD.
If they do and you rollover then no RMD would be required for 2018.
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