Savings Calculator

Saving on a regular basis can make a big difference in your financial stability. And the earlier you start saving, the better.

For example, say you start saving $125 a month at age 22. If you put $125 a month in a savings account that earns a 2% interest rate, you'll have over $56,000 by the time you are 50!

That growth is due to the "miracle" of compound interest. This works by your reinvesting the interest you earn on your savings as soon as you receive it - to earn interest on the interest! Use the calculator below to see for yourself how your money can grow.

Enter different amounts, rates and time in the first 4 sections of the calculator to see what a difference these changes can make.

Initial Deposit $
Monthly Savings $
Interest Rate
Number of Years
Future Value
Interest Earned
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**Note: The results, returns or other information generated in the Savings Calculator are hypothetical and do not indicate actual investment results or guarantee future results.

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