It's easy to spend money on little things that aren't expensive. Just a few dollars
a day buys a nice cup of coffee, an afternoon snack or some other "little extra."
But even a little extra savings can make a big difference. Try our quiz and see
how your loose change adds up. (All the fields are required.)
- Please note that an increased level of risk to principal is typically associated
with higher rates of return. Also, rates of return will vary over time, particularly
for long-term investments. Based on historical average rates of return for the various
asset classes (e.g. stocks, bonds and short-term liquid instruments), a rate of
return outside the range of 2%-20% may be an unrealistic assumption.
- Based on historical rates of inflation, an inflation rate below 2% may be an unrealistic