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It really is that easy to make a difference in your savings.
in four years it will double according to the “Rule of 72”.
(we just wont say how long ago that class was…).
Take the number 72, divide it by the interest rate,
you end up with the number of years for the money
(balance makes no difference) to double.
It works for debt as well as savings.
Saving is important, but with the interest rates so low right now,
that one gets double or triple payments until it is paid off.
another says the highest balance, another the smallest balance.
Depending on who’s book you read, you get a different answer and it can drive you nuts.
why do you want to keep paying 18% to someone else?