La "maravilla" de los intereses compuestos

Muy pocas personas se hacen ricas dependiendo solamente de sus salarios. Pero al tomar ventaja de la "maravilla" de los intereses compuestos, al ganar intereses de sus intereses, casi cualquier persona puede alcanzar sus metas financieras a largo plazo.

Si ahorra tan poco como $50 al mes, usted puede ganar considerables ahorros. El esquema lo explica claramente.

Ahorre $50 al mes con una ganancia del 5%

1 año $614
5 años $3,400
10 años $7,764
25 años $29,775
40 años

$76,301*

  • $24,000 de principal y $52,301 en intereses

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