|Morningstar Category||Retirement Income|
Glossary definition opens in new window.Exp Ratio (Gross)
($10.00 per $1000)
Glossary definition opens in new window.Exp Ratio (Net)
($8.60 per $1000)
|Minimum to Invest 5||$2,500.00|
Glossary definition opens in new window.Portfolio Net Assets ($M)
Glossary definition opens in new window.Share Class Net Assets ($M)
12 Month Low-High
|$12.05 - $12.38|
Quarter-End Average Annual Total Returns3, 2
EXPENSE RATIO (GROSS): 1% AS OF 8/28/2014
|1 Yr||3 Yr||5 Yr||10 Yr||Life|
|Glossary definition opens in new window.Before Taxes|
|MFS® Lifetime® Income Fund Class A||3.80%||5.06%||5.91%||--||5.65%|
|MFS® Lifetime® Income Fund Class A (Load Adjusted)||-2.16%||3.00%||4.67%||--||4.99%|
|Barclays U.S. Agg Bond||5.72%||3.10%||4.41%||4.93%||4.91%|
|Glossary definition opens in new window.After Taxes on Distributions|
|MFS® Lifetime® Income Fund Class A (Load Adjusted)||-3.14%||2.04%||3.65%||--||3.77%|
|Glossary definition opens in new window.After taxes on distributions and sale of fund shares|
|MFS® Lifetime® Income Fund Class A (Load Adjusted)||-1.15%||1.89%||3.20%||--||3.41%|
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