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ETMAX Eaton Vance Massachusetts Municipal Income Fund A

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Fund ETMAX Eaton Vance Massachusetts Municipal Income Fund A VMATX Vanguard Massachusetts Tax-Exempt Fund Investor NXP Nuveen Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio  
100% 97% 90%
Annual Fees
(0.76% Exp. Ratio)
(0.15% Exp. Ratio)
(0.28% Exp. Ratio)
Future Est. Balance in 30 yrs
Assuming 2.15% annual return
$15,056.65 $18,095.38 $17,401.78
Est. savings over 30 yrs +$3,038.73 +$2,345.13
As of 2/28/18
1 YR RETURN 1.84%
3 YR 1.60%
5 YR 1.91%
10 YR 4.49%
1 YR RETURN 2.79%
3 YR 2.29%
5 YR 2.69%
10 YR 4.52%
1 YR RETURN 4.26%
3 YR 3.56%
5 YR 3.79%
10 YR 5.29%
The Fund seeks to provide a high level of current income exempt from regular federal income tax and Massachusetts state personal income tax.
The Fund seeks to provide a high level of income which is exempt from both federal and Massachusetts personal income taxes.
The Fund seeks to provide stable dividends exempt from regular Federal income tax, consistent with preservation of capital.

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