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Investing in mutual funds doesn't always take lots of money. In fact, many mutual funds will allow you to open an account with as little as $25, $50, or $100. If you decide to open an account with these smaller amounts,make sure to add to your account each month until that fund's minimum investment requirements has been met.

See how fast your money can grow investing a small amount of "petty cash" each week by using our interest growth calculator below. This calculator requires a Javascript enabled browser.

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