Even a small difference in the interest you earn on your savings account can significantly affect your balance. Get an idea of how much more you can save with different interest rates by using our savings account calculator. Enter your starting balance amount, the number of years you plan to save, the amount you intend to save and the frequency you expect to make that contribution. You can then enter different interest rates to compare how much more you can save at varying rates.
Use Our Savings Account Calculator to Learn the Impact Interest Rates Can Have on Your Balance
Now that you’ve had the chance to see what kind of impact various savings rates can have on your balance, there's more to discover about Nationwide Bank's online savings account. Learn about our interest rates and the convenient ways you can save.
Starting amount – The starting balance amount for your savings account. If you do not currently have anything, set the amount to $0.
Years – The number of years you expect to contribute money to the account.
Additional contributions – The amount you expect to add to your savings account.
Contribution frequency – How often you anticipate contributing to your account. This could be done on a weekly, biweekly, monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
Annual percentage yield (APY) – The rate of return for each savings account.