ZEBU : Free Signup for Demat and Trading Account opening

Compound interest calculator

Principle amount
Interest Rate (p.a.)
Tenure period
Compounding frequency
Principle amount
Total intrest
Total amount

What is compound interest?

Compound interest is the interest on a loan or deposit that is calculated by adding the interest from the first payment to the interest from the previous payments. It's a fancy way of saying "interest earned on money that was already earning interest." This lets your money and interest grow faster than with simple interest, which is only calculated on the principal amount.

The rate at which compound interest adds interest depends on how often it is used. The more times compound interest is used, the more interest it will add. For example, if your interest rate is 10% per year, putting away Rs 10000 would earn you Rs 1000 after a year. What will happen the next year? This is where the interest on interest comes into play. You'll get interest on the money you put in, and you'll also get interest on the interest you just got.

The longer you don't touch your money, the more it will grow. This is because compound interest grows over time, which means that your money keeps growing over time. If you have a loan with compound interest, you shouldn't forget to pay the interest, and if you pay the loan late, you'll have to pay a lot of interest. To take advantage of compounding, you should try to pay off your loan more often. In this way, you can pay less interest than you have to.

The interest-on-interest effect is sometimes called the "snowball effect" of compound interest because it can lead to positive returns based on the initial principal amount.

What is compound interest calculator?

Compound interest is a way to make money from money you've already put away. Before you can figure out compound interest, you need to know:

1. The amount of your main investment

2. The amount of interest your investor is willing to pay

3. The number of times per year that your interest is added up.

4. How long you want to keep your money in the stock

Once you have these numbers, it's easy to figure out how much you'll make from an investment that uses the power of compounding interest.

This is the formula for compound interest: A = P (1+r/n)nt

A is the value of the investment in the future.

P = Amount invested in the first place

r = The interest rate (decimals)

n = Number of times per period that interest is added to the principal

t = The number of times that the money is invested

How to use the Compound Interest Calculator?

Our compound interest calculator can help you figure out what kind of interest rate you need. First, you need to know how much money you can put down right away. Next, you can choose to add money to your investment on a regular basis if you want to. Type in the amount you want to add and choose if the payments will be made monthly or yearly. Next, decide how long you want your investment to last. Will you make the payments every month for 5, 10, or 25 years? You can move the slider or just type the number of years into the box.

Once you're done putting money into your investment, you can choose to stay invested for a longer time. This means that your interest will keep adding up, so your money will keep growing. It's important that the number of years you choose to stay invested is more than the number of years you want to invest for. Again, you can either move the slider or type the number directly into the box. Check the graph on the right side of the page if you know how much money you want to have at the end of the investment period. As you move the slider or type numbers into the box to change the interest rate, you can see how much money you can expect to earn at the end of your investment term.

This will show you clearly what the best interest rate is for you based on how much you can invest, how long you want to invest, and how much money you want to have at the end of the investment.

Zebu Shares and Wealth management