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Subject: annual expense ratios on 401k accounts Date: 1/18/2004 10:12 AM
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I was wondering in my 401k when I choose whatever fund that I invest in which in my case is the S&P 500 index who pays the annual expense ratio? Does the employer pay for it or is it deducted from the assets of my account as it would in my own non- retirement personal account?
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