New York Times
Who’s to say stocks are expensive: you or your fund manager?
By Stan Choe
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Appleseed Fund has contractually agreed to limit the net expense rate to 1.14% of net assets of Investor shares through January 31, 2017. The gross expense ratio is 1.41%, and the net expense ratio after contractual fee waivers is 1.24%. The Fund’s ninety day redemption fee is 2.00%.