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My 401k is invested in class B shares of MFS mutual funds. I do not know the difference between class B and Class A shares. Is this a standard way of distinguishing funds, is it unique to MFS, does in mean there are hidden commissions or charges?Also I have been reading about UITs. Does anyone know what that refers to? Thanks for the help.
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