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Not to get into a debate over it, but Fidelity, Vanguard, T. Rowe Price, Strong, U.S. Bank, M&I Bank, KeyCorp (until they exited the business), Nationwide, NY Life, and TransAmerica do not charge fees....

I don't believe MFS charges one either (but I'm not sure about that).

I've heard about the alleged DOL ruling, but haven't ever seen anyone produce it. In any event, "timing" of a distribution becomes a 411(d)(6) protected benefit, so, while plan sponsors may voluntarily include that provision in a plan, once it is included, it become an ERISA right (as embodied in the code).

We don't, and won't charge a fee (and I work for one of the companies listed above)...
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