How much is 500 worth after

10 years

using an annual interest rate of 4%

compounded annually?

A = B(1 + i)^{n}

where A = accumulated balance

B = opening balance

i = Annually interest rate

and n = number of periods

A = 500(1.04)

A = 500(1.4802442849183)

A =

Interest Earned = Accum. Value - Start Balance

Interest Earned =

A = **740.12**

Interest Earned =**240.12**

Interest Earned =

Free Compound Interest Accumulated Balance Calculator - Given an interest rate per annum compounded annually (i), semi-annually, quarterly, monthly, semi-monthly, weekly, and daily, this calculates the accumulated balance after (n) periods

This calculator has 3 inputs.

This calculator has 3 inputs.

- compound interest
- the interest you earn on principal and interest

A = (1 + r/n)^{nt} - compound interest accumulated balance
- interest rate
- the proportion of a loan that is charged as interest to the borrower or proportion of principal credit given to a depositor
- principal
- The amount borrowed on a loan, before interest is charged
- yield
- How much an investment returns in terms of interest rate

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