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Factor inflation into
your retirement plans.

  • Simulate market crashes and worst-case scenarios
  • Prepare for major life events and big expenses
  • Estimate how much you’ll have to spend

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Get perspective.

The Recession Simulator can show you how your retirement plan would have been
impacted by a market event like the Dotcom Crash or 2008 Financial Crisis.

Key Features

Get deep insights into your retirement plan with these features.

Run different scenarios.

What if you retire earlier? Or save a little bit less? See how a new scenario compares to your current plan with a side-by-side comparison. You can even turn a new scenario into your actual plan.

Anticipate big expenses.

Putting your kids through college? Buying a second home? Add these events to the Retirement Planner, and see their impact on your retirement plan.

Add income events.

You can easily include additional sources of income such as Social Security, rental income, pensions, and windfalls.

Get a spending plan.

How much will you be able to spend in retirement? Use this data-driven feature to find out just how much you’ll be able to afford each month.

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