Retirement balance projection
Projects your retirement income too
How much super will I have?
This calculator estimates what you’ll retire on when the time comes, and how much income you could receive. It also shows how adding even a small amount extra each year into your superannuation can make a huge difference to your retirement lifestyle down the track.
Not the super amount you were expecting?
Were you banking on having more in retirement than the projector has estimated? There are two excellent ways to boost your retirement and save on tax now:
Both allow you to make your own contributions to your super account and take advantage of lower tax rates.
You can also make payments into your partner’s super account, so you’ve both got more to spend when you retire.
Not sure what you will need?
Try the retirement needs calculator.
Purpose and assumptions
This calculator generates information illustrating how early additional contributions to your superannuation could make a difference to your balance at retirement. This is based on certain assumptions.
Your retirement outcome will be affected by many things including the amount of contributions you make, fees, investment returns and regulatory changes. Some factors that may affect your retirement outcomes may not have been taken into account.
Outcome is based on your contributions being made annually, at the mid-year point, on your fees being deducted annually and your investment returns being credited to your account annually.
This is a Model, not a Prediction
The tool is not intended to be relied upon for the purposes of making a financial decision. Consider a fund’s PDS and your objectives, financial situation and needs, which are not accounted for in this information before making an investment decision. You are responsible for your own investment decisions and should obtain specific, individual advice from a financial services licensee before making any financial decisions.