No, I'm not asking who has the lowest trading costs. I would like to open a Roth IRA and use a Foolish 4 approach. But this would require 8 or so trades a year, and at 10 or 20 dollars a trade, fees would take a significant bite out of a 2000 dollar investment. True, in a few years the effect of trading costs would be greatly reduced, but for the near term they are a problem. I figure that I would be ahead of the game if I could pay the trading costs with "regular" money rather than Roth sheltered money.So, I would like to know1) Do IRS regulations permit trading costs to be billed to an investor, rather than be charged to the IRA?and2) If the answer to 1 is "Yes", are there brokers that are willing to do this?Thanks for your help,BeauJester
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