Definitions for "Front-End Load"
A sales fee charged on the day an investor purchases mutual fund shares, usually between 3 to 8.5 percent of the investment.
This is the sales fee charged when you buy a fund with a front-end load.
A sales charge paid when an individual buys an investment, such as a mutual fund, limited partnership, annuity, or insurance policy. see also back-end load.
An IRS tax form Transamerica IDEX will send you and the IRS reporting contributions and rollovers made to a Coverdell Education Savings Account naming State Street Bank as custodian.
Keywords:  contractual, plan, see
See: Contractual Plan.
In a variable or universal life policy, a term for the expenses deducted from the gross premium before the remaining net premium goes into the cash value account.
Keywords:  class, shares, see
See: Class A Shares.