CALCULATOR 1 - How much could you withdraw monthly?

Use this Calculator to estimate what your Retirement Savings Account would be, based on your monthly contributions over a period of time. It also calculates what maximum monthly withdrawal you could make, based on an estimated number of years after retirement.

Please specify details here:
A.Do you have any opening balance or lumpsum to start with?

 


Naira

B. How much would you be contributing monthly?

 


Naira

C. How many more years do you expect to work?

 


year(s)

D. Estimated average investment return per annum

 


%

E. For how many years do you expect to withdraw after retirement?

 


year(s)

Your Estimated RSA Balance at Retirement

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Your Estimated Monthly Withdrawal after Retirement
Naira
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CALCULATOR 2 - How much should you contribute to get your dream RSA balance?

How much do I need to contribute monthly in order to achieve my desired monthly withdrawal at retirement?
What is the estimated amount I need to invest in my RSA?

Please specify details here:
A. How much will you like to be collecting monthly?

 


Naira

B. For how many years do you expect to withdraw?

 


year(s)

C. Estimate the average investment return?

 


%

D. How many more years do you expect to work before retirement?

 


year(s)

Your Estimated Amount to be Invested in your RSA Balance at Retirement

Naira
Your Estimated Monthly Contribution into your RSA
Naira
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CALCULATOR 3 - Could you take a lump sum at retirement?

Am I entitled to a lumpsum payment on retirement? If yes, how much?

please specify details here:
A. How much will your final monthly salary be (estimate)?

 


Naira

B. Do you have any opening balance or lumpsum to start with?

 


Naira

C. How much would you be contributing monthly?

 


Naira

D. How many more years do you expect to work?

 


year(s)

E. Estimated average investment return per annum

 


%

F. For how many years do you expect to withdraw after retirement?

 


year(s)

You will be required to provide for a pension of at least

Naira
Your lumpsum entitlement is therefore
Naira
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