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Target-date investors get more low-cost options

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BOSTON (AP) — Investors are increasingly cost conscious and providers of target-date mutual funds are responding. They're rolling out a greater number of low-cost options. These inexpensive funds come in two main varieties: those that rely on index funds and others with ETFs added in. Target-date funds have "set-it-and-forget-it" appeal. Professional managers automatically adjust the fund's...

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