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Benjamin Hulshof

Windmill Mortgage Services LLC

President/Mortgage Consultant

NMLS 216697 | LO.02757.000

(614) 689-8440

How Long to My Goal with a Starting Balance?

I am starting with a balance of
I will invest each month
I expect to earn an average rate of return of
My goal is to accumulate a total of
The number of years it will take
It takes great discipline to continue to invest each and every month yet when you do so over time, the benefits become crystal clear. To be successful with this, you need to start early, beat the average rate of inflation and to to contribute as much as you can each and every month.

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