$400,000 at 1% Interest for 40 Years

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After investing for 40 years at 1% interest, your $400,000 investment will have grown to $595,545

How much will savings of $400,000 be worth in 40 years if invested at a 1.00% interest rate?

This calculator determines the future value of $400k invested for 40 years at a constant yield of 1.00% compounded annually.

Did Albert Einstein really say "Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe?"
According to Snopes, the answer is probably not.
Growth of $400,000 at 1% Interest
Year Amount
0 $400,000
1 $404,000
2 $408,040
3 $412,120
4 $416,242
5 $420,404
6 $424,608
7 $428,854
8 $433,143
9 $437,474
10 $441,849
11 $446,267
12 $450,730
13 $455,237
14 $459,790
15 $464,388
16 $469,031
17 $473,722
18 $478,459
19 $483,244
20 $488,076
21 $492,957
22 $497,886
23 $502,865
24 $507,894
25 $512,973
26 $518,103
27 $523,284
28 $528,516
29 $533,802
30 $539,140
31 $544,531
32 $549,976
33 $555,476
34 $561,031
35 $566,641
36 $572,308
37 $578,031
38 $583,811
39 $589,649
40 $595,545
$400,000 for 40 Years by Interest Rate
Rate Amount
1% $595,545
2% $883,216
3% $1,304,815
4% $1,920,408
5% $2,815,995
6% $4,114,287
8% $8,689,809
10% $18,103,702
12% $37,220,388
15% $107,145,418
20% $587,908,627