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Are the below sentence correct?
"To compound average 20% yearly for the coming 25 years."
I really don't know how to make the sentence. May you make a sentence to state the event below by using compound?
"I am going to earn average 20% and this 20% is the amount of which includes any interest already earned."
Yes, I'll make a sentence: Note that sentence contains a finite verb, in this case, "is".
"Your salary is to compound an average 20% yearly for the coming 25 years."
My main problem with this concept is how they know it will compound "an average 20%"? If they had said "It will compound 20%", you would have a valid proposal for a contract. Are they are guessing about the average 20% - because your salary will certainly not rise by a compound 20% each year. And you will have no comeback until year 25, by which stage, if they have been paying you 15% per year, the company will probably go bankrupt making up the average 20% for you in the 25th year.
At least it should specify over what period of time your salary will average 20% (say every five years).
I don't think this sentence concept applies to salary. It appears to apply to an investment instrument. If an investment earns interest that is compounded annually at 20%, it would be highly valued investment. If one invested $10,000 under those conditions, after 25 years, one would have
$953,962.17. I would love that deal.
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Thank you for the sentence. As for the question you asked, Mike is right, it is about investment not salary and the sentence i want is for the goal in my plan.