Compound Interest Calculator
Calculate how much profits you can earn from your investments with compounding interest. Compound interest means your earnings are reinvested. This allows your investments to grow exponentially.
A common way that people use compounding interest is for retirement planning. You contribute towards an investment until you retire, then you stop investing. Both before and after you stop contributing, the investment's interest compounds. If you earn enough interest, your investment can continue to grow even as you withdraw money in retirement.
The amount you already have invested or are planning to invest as a lump sum.
How long you plan on holding the investment.
The average rate of return for your investment.
The amount you plan on adding to or removing from your investment regularly.
Stop Contributing After
Stop investing more money after this many years, but continue accruing interest.
Investment value after compounding: $0