Work out how much super you'll have

Retirement calculator

Use our calculator to estimate how much super you’ll have when you retire and how long it’ll last.


Pension income calculator

Thinking about retiring in the next 5 years?
See how much your yearly income could be. 

These calculators aren’t suitable for Defined Benefit Division (DBD) accounts, but you can use it to estimate your accumulation component. You can use your DBD formula to estimate your defined benefit component. Log in to your account to see your formula.

Looking like you'll need more?

Here are some ways to maximise your super, which could help you retire sooner and with more.
Make extra contributions
Investing some extra money into your super can make a big difference in the years leading up to retirement, and it’s easy to do.*
Downsizing your home?
Looking forward to a sea or tree change? If you’re downsizing your home, you may be able to invest money from the sale of your current place into your super. The best thing is you won’t have some of the usual restrictions that come with other types of contributions.
Boost your super without changing your take-home pay
If you’ve reached your preservation age and are under 65, a transition-to-retirement (TTR) pension account could give you some clever ways to ease into retirement.
Review your investments

If you'll depend on your super in retirement, your investment choice is one of the most important decisions you'll make.

Remember, your super can keep earning money throughout your retirement, so it pays to understand your investment options.

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