Q. What is an expense ratio?
An expense ratio is an annualized fee (written as a percentage of total assets) that funds charge shareholders. The fee is charged daily by deducting a small amount of a fund’s asset from a shareholder. It covers management fees, administrative expenses and other costs incurred to operate the fund.…
Q. What is the average expense ratio on the portfolio?
An expense ratio is the cost that a fund provider charges to manage the fund and cover its operational expenses. The fees are usually stated and charged as a percentage of assets (i.e., ratio). Don’t worry – you aren’t responsible for paying this fee out of pocket,…
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