How to Choose Among Fund Share Classes
Finding the right share class for you depends on a mix of factors, including your time horizon and investable assets.
You may have heard some buzz recently about new share classes of mutual funds (T shares and "clean" shares) that are set to roll off the assembly line.
That's all we need, you might be saying. After all, the mutual fund industry has seen a proliferation of share classes in recent years, and it's become increasingly difficult to discern the differences among them.
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