Class C shares
Mutual Fund shares that are charged a back-end load if they are sold within one year and higher annual fees for the life of the investment than Class A shares, typically in the form of ongoing marketing and distribution fees. Sometimes referred to simply as C Shares. See Front-End Load; 12b-1 fee.
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