The Managed Fund Fee calculator shows you the impact of paying higher, or lower, management fees over your investing timeframe.
Managed Fund 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 funds 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!
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