Will create a future value table and open in a new window that you can print. It is limited to 10 interest rate values and 20 period values. i = interest rate and n = number of periods. Results will only show up to 4 decimal places and number of periods will be forced to integers.
The basic calculation for the future value tables finds A, the final Investment Value, using the basic Future Value formula: A = P(1 + i)^n where P is the Principal amount of money to be invested ($1) at an Interest Rate i% per period for n Number of Time Periods. You can then look up A in the table for a given interest rate and number of periods.