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The Rule of 72  Why it Works

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The rule of 72 applies to annually compounded interest, this explanation looks at the case of continuously compounded interest first and then annually compounding interest.
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Compound Interest Calculator 1

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This calculator is for a onetime investment (with no withdrawals). It finds the amount you will have at the end of your investment.
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Compound Interest Calculator 2

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This calculator is for a onetime investment (with no withdrawals). It finds how much you will have to invest to reach your desired goal.
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Compound Interest Calculator 3

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This calculator is for a onetime investment (with no withdrawals). It finds how long it will take for an investment to reach a certain amount.
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Compound Interest Simulator

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This applet will allow you to investigate savings account earnings, credit card debt, and a stock market simulation.
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Mortgage Loan Calculator

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This calculator is for mortgage loans where monthly payments are made and the interest is compounded monthly (which is standard for the U.S.) It finds the amount you will have pay each month on your ...
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Rule of 72

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The rule says that to find the number of years required to double your money at a given interest rate, you just divide the interest rate into 72. For example, if you want to know how long it will take...
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The GiveItUptoGetRich Cal...

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This calculator is for experimenting with how much money you can save if you give up smoking or your morning latte and muffin. It finds the amount you will have at the end of your investment.
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