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Only 38% of U.S. workers have tried to determine how much they will need to save for a comfortable retirement. Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute, 2018
How much retirement income will you need? How much life insurance is enough? What type of IRA is right for you?
Our financial calculators are designed as educational tools to help you estimate answers to common financial questions. They are not intended to predict future returns or results. Simply click on one of the general financial topics below and you'll find a selection of easy-to-use calculators about related financial topics.
These calculators are hypothetical examples used for illustrative purposes and do not represent the performance of any specific investment or product. Rates of return will vary over time, particularly for long-term investments. Investments offering the potential for higher rates of return also involve a higher degree of risk of loss. Actual results will vary.
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Estimate the future value of your current savings.
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Estimate short-term and long-term federal capital gains taxes
Calculate the rate of return you would have to receive from a taxable investment to realize an equivalent tax-exempt yield.
Estimate the potential cost of waiting to purchase a long-term care insurance policy.
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Estimate how much would remain after paying income taxes and penalties if you took an early distribution from a retirement plan.
How Long Will Your Funds Last?
Estimate the annual required distribution from your traditional IRA or former employer's retirement plan after you turn age 72.