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Oct 26 2017

FTABX Fees and Distributions – Fidelity – Tax-Free Bond Fund #fidelity # # #tax-free #bond


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Fidelity Tax-Free Bond Fund

  • Symbol: FTABX
  • No Transaction Fee 1
  • Fidelity Fund Pick 2

Expenses & Fees

Like any business, funds charge fees to pay for their administrative, marketing, and personnel costs. Some funds charge more than others, and all fees reduce the overall return on your investment. So, as an investor, it\ s essential that you understand and are comfortable with the fees you pay for owning shares of a fund.

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Expenses & Fees

Like any business, funds charge fees to pay for their administrative, marketing, and personnel costs. Some funds charge more than others, and all fees reduce the overall return on your investment. So, as an investor, it\ s essential that you understand and are comfortable with the fees you pay for owning shares of a fund.

Exp Cap (Dated) 3

See prospectus for more information on Fees, Expenses & Loads.

Minimums

This refers to the smaller dollar amount an investor may deposit into an account. There are different types of minimums, including a minimum initial investment required to open both retirement and non-retirement accounts, and a minimum subsequent investment once the account has been established.

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Minimums

This refers to the smaller dollar amount an investor may deposit into an account. There are different types of minimums, including a minimum initial investment required to open both retirement and non-retirement accounts, and a minimum subsequent investment once the account has been established.

Capital Gains History

Capital Gains History

Displays the date on which the most recent capital gains distributions were paid by the fund and the amount of those distributions. It also shows the price of shares purchased in the fund if the distributions were used for that purpose.

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Capital Gains History

Displays the date on which the most recent capital gains distributions were paid by the fund and the amount of those distributions. It also shows the price of shares purchased in the fund if the distributions were used for that purpose.

Price History By Month

Price History By Month

Shows how the net asset value (NAV) of a fund or the price of a security has changed over time, measured on a month-to-month basis at the last business day of the month.

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Price History By Month

Shows how the net asset value (NAV) of a fund or the price of a security has changed over time, measured on a month-to-month basis at the last business day of the month.

Actual Values: Jun. 2017 to Jun. 2016

The “Mutual Funds” area at the top of each page allows access to mutual fund holdings with individual and joint Fidelity non-retirement accounts. Individual stock positions, ETFs and 529 funds are not available through this view. For the full list of your holdings visit Portfolio Summary .

Mutual Funds are priced as of the previous business day’s market close when the market is open. Mutual fund positions are priced as of the official market close (typically 4p.m.) and prices are generally available between 5 p.m. and 6p.m.

1. No Transaction Fee Fidelity funds are available without paying a trading fee to Fidelity or a sales load to the fund. However, the fund may charge a short-term trading or redemption fee to protect the interests of long-term shareholders of the fund. Shares are subject to the fund’s management and operating expenses. See Expenses & Fees for more information.

2. The funds on the Fund Picks From Fidelity � list are selected based on certain selection criteria. Fund Picks From Fidelity is not a personalized recommendation or endorsement of any fund for an investor’s individual circumstances.

3. Expense Cap is a limit that the fund company has placed on the level of the expenses borne by the fund until 3/31/2018 and indicates the maximum level of expenses (with certain exceptions) that the fund would be paying until that time. After the expiration date, the expense cap may be terminated or revised, which may lower the fund’s yield and return.

4. Fidelity may deduct a small balance maintenance fee of $12.00 from a fund balance with a value less than $2,000. Fund positions opened after September 30 will not be subject to the fee for that calendar year. This fee will not be deducted from fund positions opened after January 1 of that calendar year if those positions use regular investment plans. Refer to the fund prospectus for details.

5. Initial minimum investments into group retirement accounts such as Fidelity Simplified Employee Pension-IRA, Keogh, Self-Employed 401(k), and Non-Fidelity Prototype Retirement accounts are $500 or higher. There is no minimum for additional investments in any type of Fidelity fund you already own.

Generally, data on Fidelity mutual funds is provided by FMR, LLC, Morningstar ratings and data on non-Fidelity mutual funds is provided by Morningstar, Inc. and data on non-mutual fund products is provided by the product’s investment manager, trustee or issuer or the plan sponsor whose plan is offering the product to participants. Although Fidelity believes the data gathered from these third-party sources is reliable, it does not review such information and cannot warrant it to be accurate, complete or timely. Fidelity is not responsible for any damages or losses arising from any use of this third-party information.

Before investing, consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the fund or annuity and its investment options. Contact Fidelity for a free prospectus and, if available, summary prospectus containing this information. Read it carefully.


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