How people typically pay for investments has changed over the past decade, which sometimes causes confusion. Learn what kinds of investment fees you can expect to pay as well as the services and value you should be getting in exchange for those fees.
- Traditional sales fees (commissions) and fund expenses
- How fees differ for A, B, or C shares
- Advisory fees: services that should be covered
- Understanding the true cost of fees over time
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