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Our Savings Financial Calculators can help you capitalize on compound interest, calculate your savings over time, compare different interest rates, and determine how much time and money it takes to be a millionaire.
The Compound Interest and Your Return Calculator shows you the power of compound interest over time and how it can greatly affect your savings. This tool calculates total returns for yearly, quarterly, monthly, and daily compounding interest.
The Savings Calculator shows you the impact of consistent investments over a number of years. This tool calculates your total savings accumulation for a specific period of time given an initial starting balance and additional interval contributions.
The Compare Savings Rates Calculator shows you the impact of different interest rates on your savings over a number of years. This tool calculates your total savings accumulation for different annual percentage yields for a specified number of years given an initial starting amount and additional interval contributions.
The Don't Delay Your Savings Calculator shows you the cost of waiting to save your money. Select the number of years to wait, a starting amount, years of investment, a rate of return, and additional contributions to calculate how much money it could cost you to postpone your savings.
The Benefit of Spending Less Calculator shows you how trimming your budget could create a new potential source of savings. This tool calculates your monthly savings from spending less as well as how much you could save over a number of years through reinvesting the money you don't spend.
The How To Be a Millionaire Calculator shows how to become a millionaire. This tool determines how much time and money it will take.
*This Web site contains tools and calculators that are hypothetical in nature and used for illustrative purposes only.
This is a self-help tool. This information is provided for illustrative purposes to assist you regarding your financial needs. It is based on information and assumptions provided by you regarding your goals, expectations, and financial situation. The calculations do not infer that the company assumes any fiduciary duties. The calculations provided should not be construed as financial, legal, or tax advice. Your circumstances are unique, and you should consult with a financial, legal, or tax advisor as appropriate. In addition, such information should not be relied upon as the only source of information.