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Fidelity is Bringing a Big Shakeup to Fees

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Fidelity is Bringing a Big Shakeup to Fees

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Fidelity, one of the largest US wealth managers, is shaking up its fees, and not just in small pockets of the business. The company is moving to a single unified fee schedule that works entirely by how much assets under management a client has with Fidelity. Existing clients will have their fees frozen so as to avoid paying more, but for many, services will cost less than before, while in certain areas they will cost more. Fidelity is also cutting the cost of its robo advisor to 0.35%.

FINSUM : This is happening across the industry, and this sort of move was led by Merrill in 2016. Nonetheless, it is a pretty significant change.

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