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Schwab Managed Retirement Trust Income

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Unit Class I
Inception Date: 12/17/2004
Expense Ratio:
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Unit Class II
Inception Date: 09/02/2005
Expense Ratio:
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Unit Class III
Inception Date: 01/03/2007
Expense Ratio:
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Unit Class IV
Inception Date: 01/05/2010
Expense Ratio:
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Unit Class V1
Inception Date: 06/19/2014
Expense Ratio:
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Unit Class VI2
Inception Date:
Expense Ratio:

Objective: The Trust seeks to provide total return for investors near or in retirement.

Strategy: To pursue its investment objective, the Trust is designed as a single investment portfolio that maintains a policy allocation that is intended to remain static and does not seek to distribute income. The Trust may diversify holdings by investing in assets across a variety of asset classes, including, but not limited to, domestic equity, international equity, emerging markets equity, global real estate, commodities, short-term bond, intermediate-term bond, inflation-protected bond (U.S. TIPS), world bond, and cash equivalents. The Trust uses a blend of actively and passively managed sub-advised strategies to gain exposure to various market capitalizations and asset classes.

Overview

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The Trust maintains a policy allocation, defined in the investment guidelines, of 25% equity (including commodities and global real estate) and 75% fixed income and cash equivalents, which is intended to remain static.

The values of the target trusts will fluctuate up to and after the target date. There is no guarantee the trusts will provide adequate income at or through retirement.
Actual allocations may vary from policy allocations at any point in time.


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