WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.342 --> 00:00:04.550 A collection of spinning wheels with dollar figures sits above another with years of age figures. They spin around and settle on $1,000,000 and 67 years, respectively. 2 00:00:15.300 --> 00:00:15.910 A dollar figure appears above cartoon dollar bills labeled with ages. 3 00:00:25.380 --> 00:00:25.380 The dollar figure appears above a stack of three bills this time. 4 00:00:30.805 --> 00:00:30.805 A stack of 7 bills. 5 00:00:37.518 --> 00:00:37.518 A stack of 26 bills. 6 00:00:46.750 --> 00:00:46.750 The last stack of bills is more than twice as high as the one before. 7 00:00:52.888 --> 00:00:53.110 Logo, How Money Works. 8 00:00:56.020 --> 00:01:02.000 Text, This example assumes a hypothetical 9% constant rate of return. It serves as a demonstration of how the Power of Compound Interest concept works from a mathematical standpoint and is not intended to represent an investment. The example uses a constant rate of return, unlike many types of investments which will fluctuate in value. it does not include fees or taxes, which would lower performance. it is unlikely that an investment would grow 9% or more on a consistent basis. Primerica and the Primerica Logo are trademarks of Primerica, Inc., registered in the U.S. and Canada. How Money Works is a trademark of Primerica, Inc. All rights reserved. For more information and important disclosures, visit Primerica.com. Number 20547. Logo, Primerica.