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First off, Great job on teaching your kids financial responsibility! I am 20 and I have a Roth at Scottrade, and I have been very happy with it. They have local offices that your son could take advantage of if he needs some help...depending on where you live. I am happy with my Scottrade Roth for various reasons.

-Local offices if help is needed
-Only 500 minimum to open Roth
-Easy website
-No fees or transaction costs for funds in a roth
-Low market orders of 7 dollars on individual equities
-Vanguard fee for low fund amount is not issued
-Wide variety of funds...all of which are fee free

Hope this helps! Once again, good job on teaching your kids about financial issues. Keep us posted on what you or he decides. Best of luck.

Have a good one!
Nealio
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