Social Security

Please use one the following links to figure out your projected monthly Social Security benefit if you are not yet receiving it. Or refer to the latest statement you have received from the Social Security Administration.

**Use “today’s dollars” when figuring calculations.

If you are already receiving social security, please enter your monthly check amount.


Enter your future monthly benefit amount from your company pension if applicable.

This is usually a specific monthly benefit from the time you retire until you die. This monthly benefit is usually a percentage of your final salary multiplied by the number of years you’ve been with the company. Refer to any company pension benefit statement you have received.

  401(k), IRA’s

Sum the total current or projected value of all vested employer 401(k)’s, Traditional and Roth IRA’s, 403(b) or 457 Deferred Compensation Plan accounts that have been saved for retirement.

Note: the lump sum total will be divided out over retirement years and converted into a monthly amount.

  Other Investments:

Enter the total current or projected value of other investments (stocks, bonds, mutual fund, annuity, CD’s and savings accounts) you have earmarked for retirement purposes.

Note: the lump sum total will be divided out over retirement years and converted into a monthly amount.


What is your retirement reality?  Is the amount above ENOUGH?

Most people have good intentions about saving for retirement. But few know when they should start and how much they should save.

One rule of thumb is that retirees will need approximately 80% of their preretirement salaries to maintain their lifestyles in retirement.  However, depending on your own situation and the type of retirement you hope to have, that number may be higher or lower.

Here are some factors to consider when determining a retirement savings goal.

The longer you put it off, the harder it will be to accumulate the amount you need.

By contributing even small amounts each month, you may be able to amass a great deal over the long term. One helpful method is to allocate a specific dollar amount or percentage of your salary every month and to pay yourself as though saving for retirement were a required expense.

If you have trouble saving money on a regular basis, you might try savings strategies that take money directly from your paycheck on a pre-tax or after-tax basis, such as employer-sponsored retirement plans and other direct-payroll deductions. You could also try to increase your contribution level by 1% or more each year as your salary grows.

Would you like One Nevada Investment Services to help you plan for your retirement?  We would be happy to sit down with you to make sure you are saving properly and with the right planning to create your desired retirement.

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Disclosure: This calculation tool is used to determine a “guesstimate” of what your monthly “retirement check” could be at your projected retirement age/date. It is a simplified approach to get an estimated figure from which to assess your current or future retirement preparedness. Tax implications are NOT taken into account with this financial estimating tool. It is only a projection and is in no way a guarantee and is based on numbers supplied by you from sources you believe to be reliable.

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