Is there a time frame where B and C shares do not have back end fees? And do you have to keep them for a specific time frame?

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October 2016

Generally, B shares will be penalty free after 7 years and convert into A shares at that time. C Shares will be Contingent Deferred Sales Charge (CDSC) free after a 12 month holding period.  You should be able to exchange funds within the same fund family, but if you choose to liquidate, you may incur a fee.

April 2016