We help you plan your retirement independently & flexibly! Tell us more about yourself below and you will receive the clarity you need.
Our default assumption is for you to retire at 65. You can adjust this number and see how retiring earlier will affect your retirement income.
This is the country where you are legally registered (a resident), and where you pay your taxes.
This is the same as your nationality, unless you have registered elsewhere.
Your retirement target is set as a percentage of your current monthly income.
As a retiree it’s common to aim for 70% of your current income.
Struggling to survive
Our advice: Try increase your initial or monthly investment; or try retire later
Monthly retirement income
Your retirement income is how much of your target you can achieve with your current investment and savings rate.
Your retirement target is based on your current income (100% = maintaining your current standard of living). You can adjust the percentage on the previous steps.
Invest your savings to reach your retirement target
On average people’s income increases by 3% per year. This occurs primarily through promotions and increases in hourly rate. This setting assumes that you increasing your monthly investments by 3% per year as a consequence. We recommend keeping this on!
Rather than selling all your investments at retirement and sitting on a pile of cash, you can keep your money invested and only withdraw what you need each year. This way you can continue growing your wealth even during your retirement. This can have a big impact on your wealth.