Money That “Works for You”: What to Know About Compound Interest

Hand makes five stacks of sequentially growing coins. Represents growing investment.

  When you were a kid, did you ever save quarters in a jar? Or set aside a portion of your allowance in a piggy bank for a big purchase, like a bicycle, a pair of designer shoes, or anything that mom said “no” to buying? As useful as those tools are for teaching good […]

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