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1) Yearly interest rate you expect to get on your investment. 2) Amount of initial investment (if any), if you don't have an initial investment you can leave blank or enter zero. 3) Amount you will be adding or "paying in" to your investment which will be weekly or monthly or quarterly. This will be zero or left empty if you only have an initial investment. It doesn't matter if you don't have a periodic pay in. If, for instance, you just want to see how much $10000 at 10% for 20 years will net you. EZ Calculator will figure this type of problem for you as well. 4) Click the radio button that corresponds to how often this "pay in" occurs. ( weekly, monthly or quarterly) If there is none, ignore the weekly, monthly, quarterly buttons. You must, of course, have a periodic pay in or an initial investment or both, but you don't have to have both. In any case, next enter ... 5) The time of the investment in years and decimal fractions of years. Though you can enter any time frame you would like, most people just round off to the nearest year. The EZ Calculator Return on Investment Calculator will work just fine if you enter a time such as 11.62 years, however, since the investment will be compounded quarterly, it makes the most sense to enter the time of your investment in quarters. For instance, 10.25 (for 10 and 1 quarter year), 10.50 ( for 10 and a half year), etc. Next click on the "click here to calculate" button and read the amazing results EZ Calculator returns to you!
