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anonymous

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Let’s say that you want to make $1 000 000 through regular investments. How much would you need to contribute each year if: The interest rate was 2% and you invested for twenty years? The interest rate was 4% and you invested for ten years? The interest rate was 4% and you invested for twenty years? The interest rate was 10% and you invested for twenty years?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I would like to know the appropriate formula for this calculation.

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