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Subject: Re: Changing jobs, what to do with 401K? Date: 7/11/2007 12:43 PM
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I'm sorry I can't prove where something is hidden. Otherwise it wouldn't be hidden. Sheesh.

I was assuming a hearing on hidden fees meant the fees were uncovered and now known. I assumed that your occuption meant that you had more insight into the situation since you were more likely to keep updated in your field of expertise.

Instead we got...

ziggy: Where are they hidden?

buzman: They're hidden.

IF: Show me where they're hidden.

buzman: They're hidden.

ziggy: Explain where they're hidden.

buzman: They're hidden.

IF: Indicate to me where they are hidden.

buzman: They're hidden.

You just kept saying they're hidden. Hidden means to me that the average 401k account holder doesn't know the fees are there. It doesn't mean to me that the financial gurus don't know they're there. I think you don't know where they are since you don't seem to want to give any examples of a hidden fee.

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