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    Daily price w/o sales charge as of 08/31/2022

    $7.17

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (1)$0.03

    YTD Returns w/o sales charge as of 08/31/2022

    -11.64%

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    Summary

    Summary

    What is the Bond Debenture Fund?

    The Fund seeks to deliver high current income and long-term growth of capital by investing primarily in a variety of fixed income securities and select equity-related securities.

    A PIONEER IN MULTI-SECTOR

    Over four decades of multi-sector bondinvesting, emphasizing rigorous credit research.

    A FLEXIBLE APPROACH

    The flexibility to adjust allocations to take advantage of opportunities as market conditions change.

    TIME-TESTED RESULTS

    A long track record illustrates performance in many market environments.

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (2)

    Yield

    Dividend Yield1 as of08/31/2022

    w/o sales charge 5.19%
    w/ sales charge 5.07%

    30-Day Standardized Yield2 as of07/31/2022

    5.56%

    In absence of the fee waiver, yields shown would have been lower. Yields for other share classes will vary.

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    Expense Ratioas of 07/31/2022

    Fund Basics

    Total Net Assets
    -

    Inception Date
    04/01/1971

    Dividend Frequency
    Monthly (Daily Accrual)

    Number of Holdings
    -
    Minimum Initial Investment
    $1,000+

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    In today's market environment, many are focused on the potential investment implications of rising inflation. While Lord Abbett's experts say they don't think now is the time to make drastic changes to a portfolio, this Reource Center provides thoughtful insights and potential solutions for a number of situation-based outcomes.

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    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    w/o sales charge-11.64%-12.13%-0.15%1.90%4.22%7.90%
    Lipper Category Avg. Multi-Sector Income Funds------
    Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Bond Index------
    w/ sales charge-13.60%-14.14%-0.92%1.43%3.99%7.85%

    Performance data for the Lipper Category Average and for the Index is shown as soon as it becomes available.

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    w/o sales charge-13.39%-13.20%-0.47%1.81%4.30%7.88%
    Lipper Category Avg. Multi-Sector Income Funds -10.21%-10.10%-0.32%1.29%2.81%-
    Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Bond Index-10.35%-10.29%-0.93%0.88%1.54%-
    w/ sales charge-15.31%-15.19%-1.24%1.34%4.07%7.84%

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    Returns with sales charges reflect a maximum sales charge of 2.25%.

    The performance quoted represents past performance, which is no indication of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted. Returns shown include the reinvestment of all distributions. Returns shown at net asset value do not reflect the current maximum sales charge, had the sales charge been included, returns would have been lower. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that shares, on any given day or when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Therefore, there can be no assurance for future results.

    INVESTMENT TEAM

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (4)

    Steven F. Rocco, CFA

    Partner & Co-Head of Taxable Fixed Income

    21 Years of Industry Experience

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (5)

    Andrew H. O'Brien, CFA

    Partner & Portfolio Manager

    24 Years of Industry Experience

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (6)

    Kewjin Yuoh

    Partner & Portfolio Manager

    28 Years of Industry Experience

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (7)

    Robert S. Clark, CFA

    Portfolio Manager

    25 Years of Industry Experience

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (8)

    Christopher Gizzo, CFA

    Managing Director, Deputy Director of Leveraged Credit

    14 Years of Industry Experience

    LBNDX | Bond Debenture Fund Class A | Lord Abbett (9)

    Robert A. Lee

    Partner & Co-Head of Taxable Fixed Income

    31 Years of Industry Experience

    Supported By 68 Investment Professionals with 16 Years Avg. Industry Experience

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    Performance

    Performance

    Dividend Yield1 as of08/31/2022

    w/o sales charge 5.19%
    w/ sales charge 5.07%

    30-Day Standardized Yield2 as of07/31/2022

    Subsidized3Un-Subsidized4
    w/o sales charge5.56%5.56%

    In absence of the fee waiver, yields shown would have been lower. Yields for other share classes will vary.

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    w/o sales charge-11.64%-12.13%-0.15%1.90%4.22%7.90%
    Lipper Category Avg. Multi-Sector Income Funds------
    Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Bond Index------
    w/ sales charge-13.60%-14.14%-0.92%1.43%3.99%7.85%

    Performance data for the Lipper Category Average and for the Index is shown as soon as it becomes available.

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    w/o sales charge-13.39%-13.20%-0.47%1.81%4.30%7.88%
    Lipper Category Avg. Multi-Sector Income Funds -10.21%-10.10%-0.32%1.29%2.81%-
    Bloomberg U.S. Aggregate Bond Index-10.35%-10.29%-0.93%0.88%1.54%-
    w/ sales charge-15.31%-15.19%-1.24%1.34%4.07%7.84%

    Fund Expense Ratio :

    0.76%

    Returns with sales charges reflect a maximum sales charge of 2.25%.

    The performance quoted represents past performance, which is no indication of future results. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted. Returns shown include the reinvestment of all distributions. Returns shown at net asset value do not reflect the current maximum sales charge, had the sales charge been included, returns would have been lower. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that shares, on any given day or when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Therefore, there can be no assurance for future results.

    2021 3.26% -1.54%
    2020 7.60% 7.51%
    2019 13.37% 8.72%
    2018 -3.79% 0.01%
    2017 9.21% 3.54%
    2016 12.35% 2.65%
    2015 -1.74% 0.55%
    2014 4.51% 5.97%
    2013 7.78% -2.02%
    2012 13.22% 4.22%
    2011 3.88% -
    2010 12.94% -
    2009 35.37% -
    2008 -20.26% -
    2007 5.34% -
    2006 9.87% -
    2005 1.56% -
    2004 8.56% -
    2003 20.28% -
    2002 -1.08% -
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    2022 -5.95% -7.91% - - -11.64%
    2021 0.83% 2.18% 0.11% 0.11% 3.26%
    2020 -11.90% 10.10% 4.48% 6.17% 7.60%
    2019 6.82% 3.60% 0.62% 1.82% 13.37%
    2018 -1.01% -0.15% 2.37% -4.91% -3.79%
    2017 2.66% 2.09% 2.54% 1.62% 9.21%
    2016 1.64% 4.31% 4.75% 1.16% 12.35%
    2015 3.40% -0.43% -3.62% -0.98% -1.74%
    2014 2.83% 2.53% -1.54% 0.67% 4.51%
    2013 3.11% -1.48% 2.69% 3.32% 7.78%
    2012 5.66% 0.25% 4.45% 2.34% 13.22%
    2011 4.21% 0.86% -6.56% 5.77% 3.88%
    2010 3.69% -1.20% 6.61% 3.40% 12.94%
    2009 2.40% 12.76% 11.53% 5.13% 35.37%
    2008 -2.79% 1.42% -7.80% -12.29% -20.26%
    2007 2.64% 1.10% 2.03% -0.51% 5.34%
    2006 2.71% -0.52% 3.54% 3.85% 9.87%
    2005 -1.86% 1.54% 1.52% 0.40% 1.56%
    2004 1.74% -0.61% 2.95% 4.29% 8.56%
    2003 3.34% 7.96% 1.97% 5.73% 20.28%
    2002 0.11% -4.06% -1.93% 5.03% -1.08%
    2001 3.61% -0.33% -3.48% 5.22% 4.86%
    2000 -0.25% 0.91% 1.35% -2.81% -0.86%
    1999 1.69% -0.14% -1.35% 3.72% 3.90%
    1998 4.40% 0.61% -4.95% 4.94% 4.76%
    1997 0.95% 5.61% 4.15% 1.49% 12.69%
    1996 2.49% 1.09% 3.92% 3.25% 11.16%
    1995 4.30% 5.69% 3.08% 3.41% 17.50%
    1994 -0.87% -1.68% 0.53% -1.90% -3.87%
    1993 6.02% 3.45% 2.17% 3.49% 15.97%
    1992 5.52% 3.30% 4.58% 1.76% 16.00%
    1991 13.83% 6.14% 8.09% 5.94% 38.34%
    1990 -1.14% 3.24% -8.24% -1.31% -7.57%
    1989 3.16% 3.50% 0.42% -2.01% 5.06%
    1988 6.72% 3.47% 1.36% 1.67% 13.80%
    1987 7.62% -0.63% 0.06% -4.80% 1.88%
    1986 7.90% 2.31% -2.60% 2.87% 10.61%
    1985 6.20% 6.60% 1.93% 4.87% 21.01%
    1984 0.96% -4.81% 7.16% 1.92% 4.96%
    1983 10.78% 5.47% -0.62% 0.68% 16.90%
    1982 0.04% 2.77% 10.54% 12.22% 27.54%
    1981 3.78% 2.33% -8.09% 7.88% 5.30%
    1980 -9.93% 19.56% -1.46% 2.61% 8.88%
    1979 6.46% 3.42% 1.25% -4.02% 7.00%
    1978 2.24% 0.92% 5.75% -5.81% 2.77%
    1977 -0.02% 5.96% -1.31% 2.35% 7.00%
    1976 14.52% 2.74% 4.99% 5.99% 30.93%
    1975 16.50% 8.54% -2.33% 4.95% 29.62%
    1974 6.42% -7.46% -6.91% 3.54% -5.08%
    1973 -0.69% -6.28% 5.63% -8.30% -9.84%
    1972 5.02% -0.45% -0.44% 2.08% 6.26%
    1971 - - 4.77% 6.03% 7.65%

    Performance is shown for each quarter and each calendar year. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

    Growth of $10,000as of 07/31/2021

    The chart begins on the Fund's inception date of 04/01/1971.

    Based on a hypothetical Class A share investment of $10,000 on 04/01/1971 without sales charge and includes the reinvestment of all distributions.

    Portfolio

    Portfolio

    Portfolio Positioning as of 6/30/2022

    • The Fund remained diversified across broad fixed income sectors.Beyond investment grade and high corporate bonds, the Fund maintained allocations to mortgage-backed securities (MBS), CMBS, ABS, sovereign debt, and municipal bonds. The Fund also held more modest allocations to asset classes such as bank loans and convertibles bonds. We believe select exposures to these sectors offer attractive risk-reward opportunities, potential portfolio diversification benefits and avenues for liquidity.
    • We reduced the Fund’s credit risk while increasing its quality profile.In particular, we increased the Fund’s position in investment grade credit, primarily in AAA and A rated securities throughout the quarter. This deliberate move up-in-quality was in response to increased sentiment on rising recessionary risks in the U.S. and global economies. Separately, these securities yielded more attractive relative valuations and were less susceptible to further spread widening compared to below investment grade credits. We simultaneously rotated Fund exposure away from high yield credit in order to further reduce overall spread risk.
    • Energy remained the largest sector position.Primary exposure to this sector remained in the Exploration & Production (E&P) subsector as issuers in this area continued to benefit from a positive technical relationship in oil prices due to the under supply in oil inventories coupled with ongoing demand for global energy. We also continued to gradually add to other subsectors, including Gas Distribution, given more attractive relative valuations. While the Fund remains constructive on the energy sector, it is important to note that the high yield energy index now trades at much tighter spreads than the overall market. As a result, the return profile of that sector will be less of a positive outlier than it has been in the post-COVID-19 period to date.Additionally, we are mindful of the possibility of moderating energy demand as global growth slows. That said, we view Energy as a much more defensive sector than in the recent past given the fundamental behavioral changes of companies within the sector.
    • We remained constructive on the Basic Industry sector.Within the sector, we continued to favor positions in both Metals and Mining and Chemicals subsectors. Despite the pullback in commodity prices in June, the sector should continue to be supported by a strong technical relationship, particularly given many ongoing supply shortages from the ongoing Russia-Ukrainian conflict. We had also gradually added positions associated with U.S. home building and home buying cycles in recent weeks. Although the U.S. housing industry has faced increased headwinds recently given higher construction costs and weaker mortgage demand, several investments have yielded attractive entry points after underperformance has resulted in levels where we believe there is more relative value.
    • We reduced the Fund’s allocation to sectors with excess exposure to consumer spending.We have limited the Fund’s holdings in sectors that may face headwinds in the short term as inflation continued to rise and weigh on consumer sentiment and potential spending patterns. Two of these sectors included Retail and Leisure. With respect to retailers, issuers have experienced higher input costs and ongoing supply chain issues. Additionally, U.S. consumers began to exhibit signs of curbing consumption on goods given rising prices. This trend was evident in low-end consumers, which may have less flexibility to absorb higher prices going forward. As for Leisure, we reduced the Fund’s exposure in the Gaming and Recreation & Travel subsectors given their sensitivity to rising labor costs, as well as their less attractive valuations. Certain Recreation & Travel issuers also are expected to face additional headwinds with higher fuel costs, which should add downward pressure on margins in the near term.
    • We meaningfully added to select defensive sectors.Recessionary risks continued growing throughout the quarter given the combination of steadily high inflation and tighter monetary policy. As a result, we have migrated the Fund to a moderately more defensive posture with a focus on the Healthcare and Utilities sector. Within Healthcare, we primarily targeted health facilities issuers, specifically higher credit-quality issuers that are less sensitive to heightened wage costs. With respect to Utilities, we added to issuers from the electric-generation space where we saw attractive relative value.
    • We decreased the Fund’s exposure to Emerging Markets (EM) and Europe in favor of U.S. credits as the credit environment became relatively more favorable for U.S. domestic assets. Generally speaking, EM securities are typically sensitive to rising U.S. rates and a stronger U.S. dollar as investors shift capital towards a more attractive U.S. relative yield. Additionally, the ongoing war in Ukraine led to material economic deceleration from a prolonged period of high energy and food prices. We also reduced Fund exposure to European credit as the region is expected to face headwinds from gas shortages which may increase concerns around energy security heading into the second half of the year.

    Dividends & Cap Gains

    Dividends & Cap Gains

    Dividend Payments

    For

    YTD Dividends Paidas of08/31/2022
    $0.219

    Dividend Frequency
    Monthly (Daily Accrual)
    Record Date Ex-Dividend Date Reinvest & Payable Date Dividend Reinvest Price
    Daily Daily 08/31/2022$0.03103$7.17
    Daily Daily 07/31/2022$0.02966$7.32
    Daily Daily 06/30/2022$0.02784$7.10
    Daily Daily 05/31/2022$0.03195$7.50
    Daily Daily 04/30/2022$0.02630$7.55
    Daily Daily 03/31/2022$0.02729$7.80
    Daily Daily 02/28/2022$0.02358$7.95
    Daily Daily 01/31/2022$0.02223$8.07

    Upcoming Dividend Payment Dates

    Record Date Ex-Dividend DateReinvest & Payable Date
    Daily Daily 09/30/2022
    Daily Daily 10/31/2022
    Daily Daily 11/30/2022
    Daily Daily 12/31/2022

    Capital Gains Distributions

    For

    Record Date Reinvest & Payable Date Long-term Short-term * Total Reinvest Price
    07/27/2022 07/28/2022 - $0.0131 $0.0131 $7.28

    *

    Taxed as ordinary income

    Lord Abbett does not provide tax advice. It is strongly recommended that you discuss the impact of dividends and distributions with your tax advisor.

    Upcoming Capital Gain Distribution

    Record Date Ex-Dividend Date
    12/19/2022 12/20/2022

    Fees & Expenses

    Fees & Expenses

    Sales Charge Scheduleas of 08/31/2022

    Sales ChargeDealer's ConcessionPrices at Breakpoint
    Less than $100,0002.25%2.00%$7.34
    $100,000 to $249,9991.75%1.50%$7.30
    $250,000 to $499,9991.25%1.00%$7.26
    $500,000 to $999,9990.00%1.00%$7.17
    $1,000,000 to $5,000,0000.00%1.00%$7.17

    Class A shares purchased without a sales charge (commissionable NAV) will be subject to a CDSC of 1% if they are redeemed before the first day of the month in which the one-year anniversary of the purchase falls.

    For Sales Charge Reductions and Waivers View Full Disclosure

    SALES CHARGE REDUCTIONS AND WAIVERS

    Please inform the fund company or your financial intermediary at the time of your purchase of fund shares if you believe you qualify for a reduced front-end sales charge.

    Reducing Your Class A Share Front-End Sales Charge
    You may purchase Class A shares at a discount if you qualify under the circumstances outlined below. To receive a reduced front-end sales charge, you must let the fund or your financial intermediary know at the time of your purchase of fund shares that you believe you qualify for a discount. If you or a related party have holdings of eligible funds (as defined below) in other accounts with your financial intermediary or with other financial intermediaries that may be combined with your current purchases in determining the sales charge as described below, you must inform a fund or your financial intermediary. You may be asked to provide supporting account statements or other information to allow us or your financial intermediary to verify your eligibility for a discount. If you or your financial intermediary do not notify a fund or provide the requested information, you may not receive the reduced sales charge for which you otherwise qualify. Class A shares may be purchased at a discount if you qualify under either of the following conditions:

    • Rights of Accumulation-A Purchaser (as defined below) may combine thevalue of Class A, A1, C, F, and P shares of any Eligible Fund currentlyowned with a new purchase of Class A shares of any Eligible Fund in orderto reduce the sales charge on the new purchase. Class F3, I, R2, R3, R4, R5,and R6 share holdings may not be combined for these purposes.To the extent that your financial intermediary is able to do so, the value ofClass A, A1, C, F, and P shares of Eligible Funds determined for the purposeof reducing the sales charge of a new purchase under the Rights ofAccumulation will be calculated at the higher of: (1) the aggregate currentmaximum offering price of your existing Class A, A1, C, F, and P shares ofEligible Funds; or (2) the aggregate amount you invested in such shares(including dividend reinvestments but excluding capital appreciation) less anyredemptions. You should retain any information and account recordsnecessary to substantiate the historical amounts you and any relatedPurchasers have invested in Eligible Funds. You must inform the Fund and/or your financial intermediary at the time of purchase if you believe yourpurchase qualifies for a reduced sales charge and you may be requested toprovide documentation of your holdings in order to verify your eligibility. Ifyou do not do so, you may not receive all sales charge reductions for whichyou are eligible.

    • Letter of Intention—In order to reduce your Class A front-end salescharge, a Purchaser may combine purchases of Class A, A1, C, F, and Pshares of any Eligible Fund the Purchaser intends to make over the next13 months in determining the applicable sales charge. The 13-month Letterof Intention period commences on the day that the Letter of Intention isreceived by the Fund, and the Purchaser must tell the Fund that laterpurchases are subject to the Letter of Intention. Purchases submitted prior tothe date the Letter of Intention is received by the Fund are not countedtoward the sales charge reduction. Current holdings under Rights ofAccumulation may be included in a Letter of Intention in order to reduce thesales charge for purchases during the 13-month period covered by the Letterof Intention. Shares purchased through reinvestment of dividends ordistributions are not included. Class F3, I, R2, R3, R4, R5, and R6 shareholdings may not be combined for these purposes. Class A and A1 shares valued at up to 5% of the amount of intended purchases are escrowed andmay be redeemed to cover the additional sales charges payable if the intendedpurchases under the Letter of Intention are not completed. The Letter ofIntention is neither a binding obligation on you to buy, nor on the Fund tosell, any or all of the intended purchase amount.

    Purchaser—A Purchaser includes: (1) an individual; (2) an individual, his or her spouse, domestic partner, and childrenunder the age of 21; (3) retirement and benefit plansincluding a 401(k) plan, profit-sharing plan, moneypurchase plan, defined benefit plan, and 457(b) plan sponsored by a governmental entity, non-profitorganization, school district or church to which employer contributions are made, as well as SIMPLE IRAplans and SEP-IRA plans; or (4) a trustee or other fiduciary purchasing shares for a single trust, estate orsingle fiduciary account or a trust established by the individual as grantor. An individual may include underitem (1) his or her holdings in Eligible Funds as described below in IRAs, as a sole participant of aretirement and benefit plan sponsored by the individual’s business, and as a participant in a 403(b) plan towhich only pre-tax salary deferrals are made. An individual, his or her spouse, and domestic partner mayinclude under item (2) their holdings in IRAs, and as the sole participants in retirement and benefit planssponsored by a business owned by either or both of them. A retirement and benefit plan under item (3)includes all qualified retirement and benefit plans of a single employer and its consolidated subsidiaries,and all qualified retirement and benefit plans of multiple employers registered in the name of a singlebank trustee.

    Eligible fund— An eligible fund is any Lord Abbett-sponsored fund except for (1) each portfolio of Lord Abbett Series Fund, Inc., (2) Lord Abbett U.S. Government & Government Sponsored Enterprises Money Market Fund, Inc. ("Money Market Fund") (except for holdings in Money Market Fund, which are attributable to any shares exchanged from the Lord Abbett-sponsored funds), and (3) any other fund the shares of which are not available to the investor at the time of the transaction due to a limitation on the offering of a fund's shares.

    Front-end Sales Charge Waivers
    Class A shares may be purchased without a front-end sales charge under any of the following conditions:

    • purchases of $1 million or more (may be subject to a CDSC);
    • purchases by retirement and benefit plans with at least 100 eligible employees (may be subject to a CDSC);
    • purchases for retirement and benefit plans made through financial intermediaries that perform participant recordkeeping or other administrative services for the plans and that have entered into special arrangements with a fund and/or Lord Abbett Distributor specifically for such purchases (may be subject to a CDSC);
    • purchases made by or on behalf of financial intermediaries for clients that pay the financial intermediaries fees in connection with fee-based advisory program, provided that the financial intermediaries or their trading agents have entered into special arrangements with a fund and/or Lord Abbett Distributor specifically for such purchases; and
    • certain other types of investors may qualify to purchase Class A share without a front-end sales charge as described in the Statement of Additional Information (SAI).

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