If you want to buy the VG Target Retirement funds WITHOUT paying fees, you are going to need to buy them from Vanguard in all likelihood.
ETrade likely has fees to buy VG mutual funds.
tj wrote:TFB's take is the most rational:
http://thefinancebuff.com/schwab-intell ... -drag.html
livesoft wrote:This is why one needs a financial advisor to select actively-managed mutual funds for them every year or so. The funds picked last year are not going to be the best funds for the next year.
sanfran2015 wrote:Thanks all. Yes, it looks like the main added benefit is 25 free stock/ETF trades.