You could be losing hundreds of thousands of dollars in hidden fees in your mutual fund, investing, and retirement accounts. Financial institutions charge annual fees (also known as custodial fees, inactivity fees, or 12b-1 fees) on mutual funds and other assets. Over time, these fees add up and can dramatically reduce your lifetime savings.Get Started
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