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front-end load

[ fruhnt-end ]
/ ˈfrʌntˌɛnd /
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noun
the sales commission and other fees taken out of the first year's payment under a contractual plan for purchasing shares of a mutual fund (front-end load fund ) over a period of years.
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Also called front load.

Origin of front-end load

First recorded in 1960–65
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British Dictionary definitions for front-end load

front-end load

noun
commission and other expenses paid for as a large proportion of the early payments made by an investor in an insurance policy or a long-term investment plan

Derived forms of front-end load

front-end loading, noun
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