Definition of "Front-End Load"

An insurance or investment product where the sales charge is deducted at the beginning of the contract. For example, with a front-end load mutual fund with a 6% load, if $1,000 were invested, $940 would be invested in the fund after the $60 sales charge is deducted. Also see back-end load, no load, and low load.

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