Fund Information

Franklin Quotential Diversified Income Portfolio *

INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE
High current income and some long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in a diversified mix of income and bond mutual funds.


AN INCOME SOLUTION DESIGNED FOR ALL MARKETS

Consistently Managed For Income
The target allocation of 80% fixed income and 20% equity provides a conservative risk/return profile designed for income. Active adjustments to allocations aim to capitalize on short-term opportunities and manage risk in shifting market and interest rate environments. Our investment management approach promotes investment longevity allowing investors to receive cash flow each month through the Series T option1 or a Systematic Withdrawal Plan without significantly eroding the initial investment.

Carefully constructed for Less Risk
Our portfolios are built with an eye on risk. Investing across government, corporate and high yield bonds, as well as dividend paying stocks from around the world may help reduce portfolio risk.

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* Note: Effective July 29, 2013, Quotential Diversified Income Portfolio was renamed Franklin Quotential Diversified Income Portfolio.

1. Series T distributions are in the form of return of capital (ROC). ROC reduces the adjusted cost base (ACB) of the investment. Once the ACB has been depleted any further cash flow is taxable as a capital gain.

† Note: Maximum target annual distribution rate on Franklin Quotential Diversified Income Portfolio - Series T is currently set at 5%. Annual target distributions are subject to change at the discretion of Franklin Templeton Investments. Investors may choose their desired ROC cash payout rate, the remainder will be reinvested. Income distributions are automatically reinvested unless otherwise noted. Series T may also pay an annual income distribution and capital gains which must be reinvested but will be taxable in the year it is received. When an investor's Adjusted Cost Base reaches zero and continued income is received, taxes on capital gains are incurred. Clients should obtain advice from a qualified tax specialist on taxation matters.