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The Annual Salary is the sum of money you earn in one year. It may be pre-tax, post-tax or a future income.
The Percent of Annual Salary to deposit is the percent of yearly income to be deposited each month.
The Account Starting Balance is the total amount of money that was in the account.
The Dividend Rate is to be entered as a percent. If the interest rate is 0.065, then enter 6.5%.
The Term of Savings Period is to be entered as the number of years.
Type the numbers in the boxes and then click "Calculate Savings Table"
If the number is 6.7 then type "6.7" (no quotations marks).
You may type the decimal point.
If the number is 2154 you may type "2,154", you may type the comma. Type "2,154".
If you want to type "256,678", but you type "25k,678", the computer will use "25678" to calculate the answer.
If you type "ghblxz", the computer will use "0" to calculate the answer.
If you type "1.9e2", the computer will use "190" to calculate the answer.
NaN = not a number
To clear the entry boxes click "Reset".
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