Retirement Investing: Recurring Investment Calculator
The Recurring Investment Calculator shows you how much money you would accumulate for different annual, monthly or weekly investments given a specified annual rate of return and number of years of investments.
Here is a simple example. Suppose that you invest $1,000 at the beginning of an investment period for 20 years. Assume an annual rate of return of six percent. You would accumulate the following amounts:
- $38,992.73 by investing at the beginning of each year,
- $464,351.10 by investing at the beginning of each month,
- $2,011,095.97 by investing at the beginning of each week.
Use the Target Nest Egg Calculator to see you how much you would need to invest annually, monthly or weekly to achieve a specific investment goal.