Fee table

Fee table

Schedule found in a mutual fund's prospectus that discloses and illustrates the expenses and fees a shareholder will incur.

Fee Table

A table in the prospectus of a mutual fund stating what fees are and how one incurs them. It tells whether the sales charge is front-end, back-end, or an even loan. A fee table increases transparency in the market.
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The Massachusetts Securities Division wants advisors registered in the state to provide feedback on a proposed rule requiring them to create a fee table for their clients.
In the FY2015 proposed rulemaking, the FCC said it was considering readjusting the television fee table so that Top 10 stations would pay nearly twice as much as stations in markets 26-50.
Second, the operational and tax savings and resulting positive impact on performance returns in the ETF structure are not identified by a line item in the fee table of an ETF prospectus.
Simple exists to help you feel confident about your finances, which is why we are so happy to be wiping our fee table clean.
Moreover, that fee table provides an important clue to those measurable fees that matter.
For members who pay by Automatic Payment or who make regular online payments, please ensure you increase the amount payable on April 1, as per the fee table below.
A hairbrush, a folder, two pens, an ashtray, a Breakaway chocolate biscuit with a faded wrapper and two boxes of Swan Vesta matches can be seen on a cof fee table through the window.
Those who own plots of land in the industrial city will be asked to pay a one time fee for infrastructure and a periodic fee for routine maintenance as per a fee table and mechanisms issued by the Public Works and Services Department.
The elevated level of scrutiny has been further prompted by the enlarged fee table disclosure for these products and the differing, and sometimes complex methods, for assessing fees and charges depending on the nature of the rider.
Customers considering branchless banking should read the fee table and other terms of their accounts closely.
The data used in this study and the results of prior research have identified several important factors that can cause actual audit fees to differ from what would be expected using the audit fee table (company size) alone: