When it comes to investing, high costs are out of style. Yet you can still find mutual funds charging investors 5 percent or more in up-front fees just for access. With popular exchange-traded funds and other low-cost investment options so readily available, there's no reason to pay sales loads and other high-commission fees to invest. Every dollar you save in costs is another dollar in your pocket when you'll most need it down the road.
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