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See how much your money can grow using the power of compound interest. This compound interest calculator demonstrates how to put your hard-earned money savings strategy to work. Consistent investing over a long period of time can be an effective strategy to accumulate wealth. Even small deposits to a savings account can add up over time.
How to use investment return calculator:
Enter an initial investment or saving. If you have $2500 to invest right now, include that amount here. If you don't have an initial amount to invest now, you can enter $0.
Choose how many years investment will grow. How long do you plan to keep your money invested? If you're investing in stocks, it's generally a good idea to stay invested for at least five years to weather any volatility post-purchase.
Enter your expected rate of return. For a point of reference, the S&P 500 has a historical average annual total return of about 10%, not accounting for inflation. This doesn't mean you can expect 10% growth every year; you could experience a gain one year and a loss the next. But if you keep your money invested for the long term, the goal is for these gains and losses to average out over time.