The ETF Fee calculator shows you the impact of paying higher, or lower, ETF management fees over your investing timeframe.
This calculator is part of our FREE Beginner’s ETF Investing Course where we answer the 10 most common questions Australians have about ETFs and then go through 5 steps for getting started.
ETF Fee Calculator
Here’s how it works.
The pre-filled example assumes a 5% p.a. return on an initial investment of $10,000. The two ETFs are the same except for their management fee — 0.2% vs. 1.5%. Using these assumptions, with the help of a little thing called compound interest, in 30 years this $10,000 amount could be worth either $40,817 or $28,068 — 30% less!
Try it out for yourself below!
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