Ryback Capital Management, adviser to the $2.2 billion family of eight no-load Lindner Funds, is reviving a charge on rapidly withdrawn assets.

Effective Oct. 1, a two percent charge will be levied on assets kept in all but one of the group's money funds for less than 60 days. Shareholders who invest assets for longer than 60 days will not have to pay the charge. The fee goes back to the fund and does not benefit the adviser.

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