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Author: goodald Two stars, 250 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 69  
Subject: Re: New Fees Beginning 11/1/03 Date: 9/29/2003 9:49 AM
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"I read that folio could charge your credit card so it wouldn't effect your roth contributions."

I called them about this previously when they started charging the 25 dollar ira fee and they informed me that the amount had to come from the account itself, same for the buy and sell fees.



man.. if they'd made it 3 trades in a quarter I would be totally fine with it cause I would just make my contributions on a monthly basis.. It looks like a lot of brokers are doing the inactivity fee thing but at least most others stop once you hit a certain balance.. If anyone finds an acceptable alternative let me know! I may even consider a larger brokerage like harris direct and just keep my purchases to once or twice a year.
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