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Trivia Tuesday

If you delay saving and investing until you are 40, rather than 30, how much less money will you have when your 65?.....

  • Assuming an annual return of 7% per year, if you invest $10,000 per year from age 30 to age 40 ($100,000 invested), you would have $809,844 at age 65. If you invest $10,000 per year from 40 years old to 65 years old ($250,000 invested), you would have $690,564 at 65 years old. This is 15% less!*

How many times does “The United States of America” appear on a $100 bill?...

  • 12

Is paper money is actually made from paper?...

  • No, Currency is 3/4 cotton and 1/4 linen. It also has small red and blue synthetic fibers woven throughout the bill.


*This is a hypothetical example and is not representative of any specific situation. Your results will vary. The hypothetical rates of return used do not reflect the deduction of fees and charges inherent to investing.