Future value

Suppose you invested $1000 per quarter over a 15 years period. If money earns an anual rate of 6.5% compounded quarterly, how much would be available at the end of the time period? How much is the interest earn? Correct answer: f = 100336.68 USD i = 40336.68 USD Step-by-step explanation: Did you find an error or inaccuracy? Feel free to write us. Thank you! Tips to related online calculators Do you want to round the number? Do you want to convert time units like minutes to seconds? You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem: Related math problems and questions: • Interest Calculate how much you earn for$n years $x deposit if the interest rate is$p% and the interest period is a quarter.
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