Fidelity is changing the way it charges for financial advice

FIDELITY INVESTMENTS is changing the way it charges wealth management customers for advice. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/JB REED
FIDELITY INVESTMENTS is changing the way it charges wealth management customers for advice. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/JB REED
NEW YORK - Fidelity Investments is changing the way it charges wealth management customers for advice, based on the amount they have invested with the firm. The new fees begin in July for the more than 800,000 customers of the wealth unit. The charges range from 50 basis points for accounts of more than $5…

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