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About Compound Interest

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dc.description.abstract Compound interest refers to interest applied to the principal, in addition to unpaid interest added to the principal. The growth of the balance is proportional to the frequency at which the interest is compounded.
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Compound Interest en_US
dc.subject simple interest en_US
dc.subject financial en_US
dc.subject investing en_US
dc.subject investment en_US
dc.subject principal en_US
dc.subject rate of return en_US
dc.subject interest rate en_US
dc.subject future value en_US
dc.subject present value en_US
dc.subject compounding periodically en_US
dc.subject rule of 72 en_US
dc.subject adding contributions en_US
dc.subject payment en_US
dc.subject annuity en_US
dc.subject annuities en_US
dc.subject mortgage en_US
dc.title About Compound Interest en
dc.type Learning Object en
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