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Retirement needs calculator

How much do I need to retire?

Step 1. Use the simple calculator to set a retirement income target

Step 2. Then try a super projection to see if you are on track to achieve your target

Step 3. If you don’t have enough you could add extra to your super now or choose to retire later.

This calculator provides a prediction based on the most common lifestyle factors, so if you’re unsure about your future costs, it’s wise to over-estimate your potential expenses, that way, you have a bit of a buffer in case things don’t quite go to plan.

If you are looking for a super projection calculator click here.

Retirement needs

How much will I need?

  1. Step 1. My Details
  2. Step 2. My Budget
  3. Step 3. My Needs

What do you think you will need in retirement?

Select your weekly expenses.
Choose Modest, Comfortable or enter your own to suit your needs (Custom).

Total $400 per year edit
($400 per week)

My retirement needs

Annual retirement income $57,195
For 19 years
And a lump sum at retirement of $0
Estimated retirement balance needed $869,756

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. 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. 

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