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Expense ratio cuts on 56 Vanguard funds mean more savings for you

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We started down this road nearly 45 years ago—so for us, it’s “business as usual.” We’re also proud to have laid the low-cost groundwork for other companies to follow—something industry experts called The Vanguard Effect®, but something we call just another day at Vanguard.

See which Vanguard funds have lower expenses

Unless noted otherwise, each fund’s most recent prospectus published the expense ratios listed below.**

U.S. bond funds

 

Balanced funds

 

U.S. stock funds

 

International bond funds

 

International stock funds

*Based on expense ratio reductions reported on more than 500 mutual fund and ETF shares, based on total assets. Cumulative figure for all share classes from the 2015–16 fiscal year through the 2018–19 fiscal year for the U.S.-domiciled funds. Estimated savings is the difference between prior and current expense ratios multiplied by average assets under management (AUM). Average AUM is based on daily average assets during a month, which are then averaged over the 12 months of the fiscal year.
**Expense ratio published in each fund’s most recent annual report. New expense ratio shown won’t match expense ratio published in each fund’s online profile until each fund updates its prospectus.





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