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When you earn compound interest, you get interest not only on the money you put in, but also on any interest you earn.

The compound interest formula, A=P(1+r/n)nt, employs four basic integers to calculate how much money plus interest you'll have after a certain amount of time periods, or compound periods. The total of your principal plus interest is represented by the letter 'A.'

There are many advantages of using tally to calculate compound interest, such as the ability to save time and effort, the ability to customize its calculations for your needs, and the ability to make it easy for anyone in your household or office.

This is a question that has been asked many times in the past. The compounding interest formula is used to calculate the amount of interest earned or lost on an investment after a certain period of time.

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