Hi VioletPrince. Commission recapture is when a fund enters into a broker to rebate a portion of trading commissions directly to a fund. Basically, the broker is allowing the commission to be applied to the fund rather than keeping all of the commission. One method is that the rebated commission is allotted back to the funds as credit. Once the funds grow to a certain amount, the broker will pay the expenses of the fund to the vendors, upon direction of the investor, of course. I hope this helps a little. It’s still convoluted, but stocks always are.