Find the yearly compound interest earned from an investment with this Yearly Compound Interest Calculator. Input principal, yearly interest rate, and the amount of years the interest has been compounding.
What is yearly compound interest and how do you find compound interest?
To find the final value of an investment use this compound interest
Investment Value = P x ( 1 + r/n )(Y x n)
P = Principal Value
r = Yearly Interest Rate in decimal form ( example: 5% in decimal form
is .05 )
Y = Life of the investment in years
n = how many times per year the interest is compounded. In this case, yearly or 1 times per year.
Example: An original investment of $5,000 held for 3.5 years at an
interest rate of 5% would result in the following values.
If compounded yearly, the investment value would be:
Investment Value = $5,000 x ( 1 + .05/1)(3.5 x 1)
Investment Value = $5,931.06
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