Superannuation and Retirement Calculator
Are you on track for retirement?
How much superannuation do you currently have saved? Are you on track for a comfortable retirement? Use this Retirement Superannuation Calculator to check your progress.
Retirement & Superannuation Calculator^
Our Retirement calculator helps you determine what your expected superannuation benefit may be (in today's dollars) when you retire. You can adjust contribution amounts and expected investment returns to see what effect they have on the final benefit. You can then work out how long an expected superannuation benefit might last during retirement.
This calculator generates factual information about superannuation and allocated pensions. It does not constitute a recommendation or statement of opinion about superannuation and is not intended to be relied upon for the purpose of making a decision in relation to a financial product.
The calculator considers only a limited range of issues and does not consider all of your personal circumstances. We suggest you consider seeking advice from Money Solutions before making any financial decision.
Super and pension calculator
Our 'Superannuation and Pension' calculator helps you work out what your superannuation benefit may be (in today's dollars) when you retire and how much you can draw on it through a personal pension. You can change the contribution amounts and expected investment return to see the effect they have on the final benefit and how long it will last into your retirement.
This calculator generates factual information about superannuation and personal pensions. It does not constitute a recommendation or statement of opinion about superannuation and personal pensions and is not intended to be relied upon for the purpose of making a decision in relation to a financial product.
For personal financial advice about superannuation and personal pensions, you should consult your Money Solutions Adviser.
The calculator is based on a series of assumptions and your results are not guaranteed. You should check the assumptions used in this calculator as they may not be appropriate to your personal circumstances.
Government has announced that from 1 July 2012 the maximum co-contribution will be $500, will be paid at the rate of 50 cents for each $1 of contribution, and will phase out at "total income" of $46,920. However, this has not yet been legislated. This calculator has included the assumption that these changes will be legislated, and therefore will calculate any co-contribution entitlement at the expected new rates.