Expense Ratio

Expense ratio is the charge an investor pays on a mutual fund as a fee for actively managing his/her portfolios. This involves the fund management fee, agent commissions, registrar fee, and promoting expenses. All these fall under a single basket called expense ratio or annual recurring expenses. Expense ratio states how much you pay a fund in percentage term every year to manage your money. It indicates the relationship of various expenses to net sales.

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