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

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

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

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!

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

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?

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?

Thanks. Yes can do that. Of course since all are projections. Actual data can be anything!

Thanks. Yes can do that. Of course since all are projections. Actual data can be anything!