How does the Retirement Income Calculator work?

This calculator will estimate how much regular income you may receive from your super in retirement, as well as the government Age Pension and any other sources of income you may have.

To use this calculator, you should:

  • be no more than 5 years away from retiring and know your estimated super balance, or
  • be currently living in retirement.

This calculator isn’t designed for Defined Benefit Division (DBD) members. If you’re a DBD member, please call Member Services on 1800 331 685 for your estimate.

If you need support while using the calculator or need guidance on what your next steps should be, you can talk to a retirement adviser at any time.

Step 1
Tell us about yourself
We’ll ask you about your estimated super balance, any other sources of income you may have, and the age you plan to retire.

You can also add your spouse or partner’s details.
Step 2
Get your estimate
Get a better understanding of what your income in retirement may look like and where it may come from.

You’ll also see a projection of how long this income may last you in retirement.
Step 3
Take action
Whether you’re approaching retirement, or already retired, we’ll outline a few steps you can take to help make your retirement income strategy a reality.

Retirement Income Calculator

Estimate your income in retirement and get a greater understanding of how long this income may last.

If you’re a UniSuper member you can Log in to your account and we can pre-fill some of the information for you.
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