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Subject:  fees in 401k Date:  12/21/2004  1:45 PM
Author:  ffoltz4 Number:  43663 of 88440

I've seen a lot of discussion regarding fees in Mutual Funds, so I thought I'd check what fees are being deducted from my 401k. YTD, only $5.36 has been deducted from my account (about .02% of my current balance). So I'm assuming that's the fee from the account managers, not the fees from the actual funds. Shouldn't there be line items for deductions from each of the funds? Or are fees taken out from dividends so that people don't notice it? What am I missing here?

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