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|Subject: Re: Vanguard Roth||Date: 4/13/2002 2:13 PM|
|Author: CentexHorn||Number: 34199 of 77871|
I got an answer from Vanguard...
The $10 account maintenence fee is waived if the account is over $10,000. Depending on the fund it is paid quarterly or yearly; it cannot be prepaid. (It's deducted from the fund.)
The IRA fee of $10 is paid yearly and can be prepaid by check.
Vanguard does not charge a low-balance fee for IRA accounts.
So that's $10+$10+expense ratio=?
And if you by a Vanguard (or other) fund thru your discount broker, don't you have to pay for the trade?
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