A management fee is charged by an investment manager when they assist a client with investing. Fees are charged when a person uses a firm to handle their investments. The client pays out management fees according to the amount of assets involved.

The fee amount varies. It is based on the type of investment and the amount the client is investing. For example, a client investing $2,000,000 may have a lower percentage rate than a client investing $1,000,000, because the first client has more money involved. The higher investment can result in lower fees.

You will need to be sure to inquire about the fees with the investment manager you choose to handle your investments. There are no standard fees available so you will need to ask for specific details.

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