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Quick. How much do you pay in investment fees? If you don't know, you're probably in the majority. But it's not your fault, you're busy with work and family, and if you have an investment adviser, he or she probably doesn't make it easy for you to know what you're paying. That's exactly what Andrea Fuller, an investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal, found out when she tried to figure out how much she pays in investment fees.