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How Much Will Your Retirement Cost
Estimating how much income you will need in retirement — and determining whether your current program of savings and investments can provide that income — is a good start to developing a retirement plan. This calculator is designed to help you estimate how much income you may need in retirement and the savings necessary to produce that income.
Federal Income Tax
Paying federal income taxes is one of most people’s least favorite annual activities. As a result, many people tend to procrastinate by not planning for their taxes each year and by completing and filing the forms at the last possible minute. This calculator is designed to help you estimate your annual federal income tax liability.
Saving for a comfortable retirement is one of the most common financial goals among working people. One popular retirement savings vehicle is the IRA. Even if you have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, you may still be eligible to supplement your employer’s plan by contributing to a tax-deductible IRA or a Roth IRA. This calculator is designed to help you determine whether you qualify for the different types of IRAs and to estimate the potential future value of each type of IRA for which you are eligible.
Capital Gains Taxes
The calculator will estimate potential capital gains taxes. If you have owned the investment for 12 months or less, capital gains are considered short term. If you have owned the investment for more than 12 months, capital gains are considered long term.
Cash Flow Analysis
Managing debt and maintaining your lifestyle over the long term is challenging. Without a reasonable budgeting plan, it is difficult to effectively manage spending. This Cash Flow Analysis form can help you compare your income to your expenses to determine your net cash flow.
Saving enough for their children’s education is a major financial concern for many parents. With the current cost of a four-year college education reaching six figures in some instances, your child’s college education may cost more than you expect. This calculator is designed to help you estimate the cost of your child’s education, based on the variables you input.
Providing for your family in the event or your death is a fundamental of risk management. And life insurance benefits that replace your income may be one of the best ways to meet your family’s ongoing financial needs. This calculator is designed to help you estimate the amount of life insurance you would need to produce a sufficient income stream for your family.
Determining your net worth can help you develop a clearer picture of your financial situation. One important tool is a balance sheet, which summarizes your assets and liabilities and reveals your net worth. This calculator was designed to help you get a handle on your current financial situation.
Required Minimum Distributions
Use this calculator to help estimate how much your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) would be this year based on your age and the value of all your retirement accounts as of December 31 last year.
Roth IRA Conversion
When Congress created the Roth IRA, millions of Americans who already had traditional IRAs faced a new decision: “Should I convert to a Roth IRA?” Traditional IRAs feature deductible contributions, and withdrawals are taxed as income. Roth IRA contributions, on the other hand, are not tax deductible, although qualified withdrawals of both contributions and earnings from a Roth IRA are free of federal income tax. This calculator is designed to help you determine whether you should consider converting to a Roth IRA.
Setting a goal is a crucial step in meeting your savings objectives. Do you have specific savings goals, or are you merely hoping you’ll have enough when the need arises? This calculator is designed to help you determine how much you need to save each year to meet your savings goals.
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