Retirement Fund Balance Calculator

You can use this retirement fund balance calculator to figure out how much money you will have in a retirement fund, given a fixed annual contribution.  The calculator uses an estimate of your years until retirement, and expected annual return on the fund, to calculate the fund's balance at retirement.

       
  Retirement Fund Balance Calculator  
  Your Current Age (Years)  
  Expected Retirement Age (Years)  
  Current Amount in Fund ($)  
  Annual Contrib.to Retirement Fund ($)  
  Expected Annual Return on Fund (%)  
       
       
       
  Calculator Results:  
  Fund Balance at Retirement ($)  
       

Calculator Definitions

The variables used in our online calculator are defined in detail below, including how to interpret the results.

Your Current Age (Years)

This is your current age in years.

Expected Retirement Age (Years)

This is your expected retirement age.

Current Amount in Fund ($)

If you currently have a retirement fund, then enter that amount here.  If you have not started a fund, you can simply enter zero.

Annual Contribution to Retirement Fund ($)

This is how much you'd like to contribute to a retirement fund each year.  By increasing or decreasing your annual contribution, you can see the impact on your fund balance at retirement.

Expected Annual Return on Fund (%)

This is the annual rate of return you expect to realize on this fund between now and your expected retirement age.  Once again, by increasing or decreasing the expected annual return, you can see the impact on your fund's balance.

Fund Balance at Retirement ($)

This is the expected fund balance you will have at retirement if you make the annual contributions to the fund each year, and your expected annual return is achieved.


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Disclaimer: These online calculators are made available and meant to be used as a screening tool for the investor.  The accuracy of these calculations is not guaranteed nor is its applicability to your individual circumstances. You should always obtain personal advice from qualified professionals.