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- Compound interest lets your money work for you by letting you earn interest on the interest.
- Check out savings scenarios using different initial deposits, monthly deposits, interest rates, and compounding periods.
- After calculating, start saving!
Compound Interest - Increase Your Savings
The power of compounded interest helps you increase your savings over time. Compounded interest means that your interest gets added to your principal and the next interest calculation is based on a higher balance.
So, for example, if you make monthly deposits of $100 at 4% interest, your balance at the end of year one would be $1200. If your account is compounded annually, then you will not earn any interest in the first year. At the end of the second year, you saved $2,448, which is comprised of $2,400 in deposits and $48 in interest. However, if your savings account is compounded monthly, then your balance at the end of the first year is $1222 and the end of the second year, $2,494. If you continue to save for 30 years, you will have 3% more through the monthly compounding calculation.
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Set Your Saving Plan - Let Compound Interest Work For You
It is clear that starting to save as soon as possible is to your advantage. Let your money work for you!
However, it may not be so obvious, but saving money helps you build your financial health. Are you saving enough? Check out Bills.com Monthly Saving Calculator to see if you are putting away enough money in your emergency fund, retirement account, and investment accounts. Keeping money in a liquid account helps you cover emergency expenses. Also, putting money away in special savings accounts enables you to build a down payment for a house, or pay for college.
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Start now, set a goal and open a savings account with an initial deposit and then commit to monthly deposits.