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See how your contributions can affect your retirement income

Years Enter an age between 18 and 71 years and less than your retirement age.
Years Age you’d like to retire help Enter an age between 50 and 71 years and greater than your current age.

Retiring later gives your savings more time to grow. Retiring earlier means your savings have less time to grow. Enter an age between 50 and 71. This age must be at least one year greater than your current age.

$ Your annual income before taxes help Enter an income between $1 and $1,000,000.

Your income must be a minimum of $1 and a maximum of $1,000,000.

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How much you'll contribute each time help

A little can go a long way. Regular contributions can help you save more. All registered savings products have maximum contribution limits. If your employer matches contributions, you may want to get the most benefit from your plan by contributing the maximum amount.

% Pre-retirement rate of return help Enter between 1% and 15%.

This is the average rate of return (after fees) you hope to achieve on your investments during your working years. It's best to be conservative with this number. For example, a conservative annual rate of return is five per cent.

Click "Calculate" to see how your regular contributions can really add up.

Regular contributions can really add up. By the time you retire, you could save:

That works
out to

a year for
25 years

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