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Calculate the value of investing sooner

Investing in your financial future earlier could mean it’s more affordable over the long term - as you can benefit from investment growth over a longer period. Use this calculator to see how much more you might need to pay, the longer you delay.

Remember the value of investments and any income can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. Tax rules can change and the value of any benefits depend on your circumstances.

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    how much time you can allow for your investment to reach its growth potential?

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    Please note that this calculator is an example of what your investments might be worth and is not an illustration of potential returns. The annual growth rate and inflation rate will depend on a number of factors over time including performance of the investment and changes in future inflation levels.

    The calculator uses an annual growth rate for your illustration based on typically investing over the longer term (more than 5 years) using a mid rate of 5% growth is considered average. This does not include any product charges so any personal illustrations from a Wesleyan Financial Consultant will differ from those shown above.

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