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Hi all,

I'm participating in the DRIPS of about a dozen different companies--right now a mix of blue chips and utilities. None of these individual drip accounts are IRAs.

I see that NAIC now offers an account that holds all of your drips and you can have an IRA account too. I'm mathmatically challenged and I'm wondering if any of you math wizzes out there have looked at the math/fees involved in these accounts and how it compares to a regular discount broker.

I like NAIC. But, these fees seem high. Any comments or suggestions appreciated.

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