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# Calculating net asset value, given the following information,

Calculating net asset value, given the following information, calculates and that asset value of Boston equity mutual fund.
Total assets 225,000.000
Total liabilities 5,000.000
Total number shares 4,400.00
Calculating mutual fund fees, in the process for the Brazos small cap fund, the fee table and indicates that fund has a 12 B – 1 fee of 0.35% needs in next best ratio of 1.65% that is collected once a year on December 1 if John and Don Norwood have shares valued at 24,000 on December 1.
What is the amount of 12 B – 1 fee for this year?
What is the amount they will pay for expenses this year?
Finding total returns, assuming that one year ago, you bought 100 shares of mutual funds \$15 per share, you received a 0.75 per share capital gains distributed during the past 12 months; and the market value of the fund is now \$18 calculate the total return for this investment if you were to sell it now.
Finding percentage of total returns, given the information in question above calculates percentage of total returns for your 1500 investment.
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You are requested to check the data as some information is missing or has been typed wrongly for example, no of share 4,400.00 Thanks
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Calculating net asset value, given the following information, calculates the net asset value of Boston equity mutual fund. Total assets 225,000.000 Total liabilities 5,000.000 Total number shares 4,400.00
how the total number of shares can be 4400
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Calculating net asset value, given the following information, calculates the net asset value of Boston equity mutual fund. Total assets 225,000,000 Total liabilities 5,000,000 Total number shares 4,400,00
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Just answers the best you can, I am taking it out of my book.

Thank You
Mark