Flexible Compound Interest Calculator

Say you have investment period of 15 years and you want to invest:

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i)  Rs. 1000 for 3 years @ 10% interest each year

ii)  Rs. 5000 for next 5 years @ 8% interest each year

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iii) Rs. 9000 for next 7 years @ 7% interest each year

how much will you accumulate?
Find out with this flexible compound interest calculator. In the above example I have split the investment period into 3 The calculator allows you to make 10 such splits!

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It has also has two standard compound interest calculators bundled in!

Download the flexible CI calculator

This calculator was suggested by P V Subramanyam a financial expert who blogs at

www.subramoney.com

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4 thoughts on “Flexible Compound Interest Calculator

  1. very nice calculator. just a thought. how about putting inflation (annual, assumed) values beside the final figure to compare with the goal amount? do you think it will be useful?

  2. very nice calculator. just a thought. how about putting inflation (annual, assumed) values beside the final figure to compare with the goal amount? do you think it will be useful?

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