I'm looking at some funds to invest my 401k into. I noticed that a couple appeared to have a higher "Net Operating Expense Ratio" (0.56%) than the "Total Operating Expense Ratio" (0.50%). If it matters, the one I'm specifically talking about is the SSgA Russell Small Cap Value Index Fund (couldn't find a ticker for it).
How is this possible? Or am I understanding the information given incorrectly?