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I don't think there is much to worry about, but for a few bucks why bother. Assuming you can only get 5.25% somewhere else (I think you can actually do better than that), is the .4% worth it? Even on $ 100,000 there is a difference of $ 400 or more likely $ 150. If you are the least bit worried, then why bother? Is 5,650 per year that much more than $ 5,250?
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