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What do bundled, clean and super clean mean in relation to share classes of funds?

Bundled: If a fund is bundled, all of its charges are added together and given as one ongoing charge percentage. None of the funds on the Fidelity platform are available as bundled.

Clean: Charges on a clean fund are separated to show exactly what you pay for and does not include trail commission for financial advisers, fund supermarkets or brokers. This means that it is usually cheaper than its bundled equivalent.

Super clean: Some funds can have a super clean version and have even lower costs compared to the clean version. There can be a number of reasons why this is the case. To find out more about a specific super clean fund, please speak to the respective fund provider.

You can see the different share classes available for each fund on the fund factsheet by using the drop down menu at the top of the factsheet. To identify the difference between these funds, you can view and compare the charges on each factsheet.