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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

almost $1,200,000.

If you had chosen the most expensive options, this number would have been almost $0 in this scenario. That's the effect of compounding interest!
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

about $1,100,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $100,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

almost $1,000,000.

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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

about $900,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $300,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

about $750,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $450,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

just over $650,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $550,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

about $500,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $700,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

about $250,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $950,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

less than $100,000.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved $1,100,000 more, totalling to a maximum of $1,200,000.
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Now, if we took the money you chose to save from all 5 choices, and put them into a savings plan with 5% interest for 35 years, that would have amounted to

$0. Nada, zilch, squat.

If you had chosen the least expensive options, you could have saved up to a maximum of $1,200,000!
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