Future Value Compound Interest Calculator

The future worth of the present amount invested is called as the future value. Here, the future value of a certain amount you invested at an annual rate for n number of years compounded at c times per year can be calculated. For example, if you invest 10000 $ at 5 % interest rate for 2 years compounding 4 times per year, the future value would be 6568408.3557 $.

The future worth of the present amount invested is called as the future value. Here, the future value of a certain amount you invested at an annual rate for n number of years compounded at c times per year can be calculated. For example, if you invest 10000 $ at 5 % interest rate for 2 years compounding 4 times per year, the future value would be 6568408.3557 $.

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Formula:

FV = PV(1 + (r / m))mt Where, FV = Future Value PV = Present Value m = Compounding Period Per Year r = Annual Rate t = Years

Alternatively, when FV, compounding period, annual rate and number of years are given, the present value can be calculated.


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