This Compound Interest Calculator will show you graphically how much extra money you will make by reinvesting your gains and maintaining your principal payments. Many people do not realize the power of compounding interest and how putting away a small amount of money and leaving it for a certain amount of time can quickly accumulate a sizable lump sum.
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"Wrong Calculation Calculator"
Version: Free Compound Interest Calculator 1
This software's programmer just can't tell from monthly & annual compounds interest.
Don't use this calculator in your presentation. It will make you look really stupid.