Albert Einstein
The Rule Of 72
Compound Interest  Not E=mc^{2}  Greatest Discovery
Albert Einstein is credited with discovering the
compound interest rule of
72. Referring to compound interest, Albert Einstein is quoted as saying:
"It is the greatest mathematical discovery of all time"
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Compound Interest
Compound interest is interest that accrues based on the total
balance of principle and accumulated interest.

Compound interest is a powerful
tool for achieving financial success.

Financial Success
Financial success is achieving the financial goals, milestones and
status that you set out to achieve.

Financial success does not
guarantee happiness, but is a powerful tool for achieving more
happiness.

