I realize that TANSTAAFL (there ain't no such thing as a free lunch) always holds...therefore, a 401K can't be free.How does the 401K admistrating organization (in my case, First Union bank manages the 401K program for my employer) make money? I've heard rumors that they charge additional load fees and monthly fees to "allow" us to buy and hold the various mutual funds available. I've tried to figure out how much they were charging me, but no luck. Even an email to customer service went ignored.Anyone out there have any idea how I can find out how much First Union is charging me and my collegues?
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