No, not since 2017. However, for TIRA fees the best option is to have the fees directly pulled from the IRA, and therefore from pre tax dollars. On the other hand, advisory fees for a Roth IRA should be billed outside the Roth to avoid paying with after tax Roth dollars.
Also note, the IRA management fees must be only for the management of the IRA, not other taxable accounts and not for financial services that do not involve the IRA. In my travels, the Financial planner or investment advisors will split this fee out if they are combined.