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My wife runs a small biz out of our house. Our CPA is recommending an SEP IRA for her retirement investment to maximize the amount that she can contribute, and thereby minimize our tax bite.

I would like to have a self directed account with the lowest fees possible.


Gosh, I didn't even know these accounts had fees ... do they list them on the sites? Do they charge a fixed annual amount, or is it on the basis of the value of the assets in the account? (I thought the only fees associated with such an account would be commissions. But these fees are on top of commissions, right?)

--SirTas
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