fees spelled out in mans handAdditionally a lawsuit against Fidelity was filed this week by aninvestor in T-Mobile USA Inc.'s 401(k) plan over so-calledinfrastructure fees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — Fidelity Investments says it fully disclosesfees that it charges some mutual funds for using the firm's platform toaccess retirement plan customers.

The fees and disclosure of them are being probed by the U.S.Labor Department, the Wall Street Journal said Wednesday. They'realso the centerpiece of a Feb. 21 lawsuit against Fidelity by an investor in T-Mobile USA Inc.'s401(k) plan. It claims the firm conceals so-called infrastructurefees.

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