# Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) Calculator

The Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) Calculator shows you how much money you would accumulate for different annual, monthly or weekly investments given a specified annual rate of return and number of years of investments.

Here is a simple example. Suppose that you invest $10,000 at the beginning of an investment period. Assume an annual rate of return of six percent. You would accumulate the following amounts:

- $389,927.27 by investing at the beginning of each year,
- $4,643,511.0 by investing at the beginning of each month,
- $20,110,959.70 by investing at the beginning of each week.

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