As of 03/03/2015
Average Annual Total Returns
|w/ Sales Charge|
Expense Ratio and Sales Charge As of 07/01/2014 (updated annually)
|Gross Expense Ratio5||0.67%|
|Net Expense Ratio||0.67%|
|Max Initial Sales Charge||4.25%|
In March, Franklin Double Tax-Free Income Fund will adjust its dividends as follows: Class A from $0.0397 to $0.0377 per share; Class C from $0.0350 to $0.0329 per share and Advisor Class from $0.0405 to $0.0385 per share. Dividends vary based on the fund's income. Past dividends are not indicative of future trends.
In January, Franklin Double Tax-Free Income Fund adjusted its dividends as follows: Class A from $0.0407 to $0.0397 per share; Class C from $0.0360 to $0.0350 per share and Advisor Class from $0.0415 to $0.0405 per share. Dividends vary based on the fund's income. Past dividends are not indicative of future trends.
Effective August 1, 2012, the Franklin Double Tax-Free Income Fund closed to all new investments (other than reinvestment of dividends and capital gains distributions).
As of 01/31/2015
Strategy, Benefits, Results
i. For investors subject to the alternative minimum tax, a small portion of fund dividends may be taxable. Distributions of capital gains are generally taxable.
Investing in the Fund
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