How and where do I report investment advisory fees charged by a broker?

I have an account with a broker (Fidelity) that is a managed account.  They take the fees out of my account quarterly, but my downloads from them for TurboTax does not get their fees included.  where and how do I report these fees?
    In the Deduction and Credit section, under the "Retirement and Investments" heading near the bottom, there's an option for "Other Investment Expenses". Just click Start on this line, and you'll be asked about various types of investment expenses.

    Just one thing to note. If your fees are for an IRA or other tax-deferred retirement account, and the fees are deducted from the tax-deferred account itself, then you wouldn't deduct those fees because neither income nor deductions in tax-deferred retirement accounts are reported on your return. Only contributions and distributions from such accounts go on your tax returns.
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