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Subject: wanted: no fee profit sharing progra Date: 12/9/2001 11:18 PM
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I am 59 yrs old, self employed, with no employees.

I understand I can put up to 25% of my income into a tax deductible profit sharing program.

A banker wants me to open my profit sharing program through her. Her charge is 1%.

My question is this: are there companies that do not charge to open a profit sharing program just as there are "no load" mutual funds ?

If such protif sharing programs exist, where do I find them ?

Thanks in advance, bw
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