2.15% sounds high to me as well. A fee that high would only be justifiable if the funds were consistently outperforming their benchmark index (ex. is a large cap value fund consistently beating the S&P 500 index).I'd try comparing your various funds to their benchmarks and see how they stack up. If they're not at least matching their benchmarks over time without fees you'd likely be better off just investing in index funds or ETF's.Mike
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