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Simple Ways to Save More Money

Simple Ways to Save
1. Enter Your Age
2. Check Way(s) you can Cut Costs
      buy one less pizza per week
      home brew coffee vs. Starbucks coffee
      take a sack lunch vs. eating out lunch
      cut back by three lottery tickets per week
      dine out one night less per week
      cut back by a half a pack of cigarettes per day
      car pool with a co-worker once a week
      enter a specific amount to save each week
3. Enter the Annual Rate of Return
Total Amount Saved: 
By Age 65: 
In 20 Years: 
Note: This calculator uses end of period formulas to determine payments. The rate of return is compounded monthly.
The following assumptions with respect to product savings per week are: pizza ($9.00), coffee savings ($6.50), lunch savings ($12.00), 3 lottery tickets ($3.00), dinner out ($15.00), cigarettes ($8.00), car travel ($10.00).

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Last modified: January 30, 2017