Retirement Contribution Calculator
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Wondering how much you can contribute to your retirement savings account annually? Our retirement contribution calculator determines your maximum tax-deductible or allowable contributions to a 401(k), Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, Roth 401(k), SEP, SIMPLE or Keogh plan. Please note that the maximum contribution limits displayed for each plan are only applicable if you contribute to only one of the plans. For example, a contribution to a Traditional IRA plan reduces the maximum you are allowed to contribute to a Roth IRA.
The amount you are allowed to contribute to an IRA depends on your tax filing status, modified adjusted gross income (MAGI), and whether you (or a spouse) participate in an employer-sponsored retirement plan such as a 401(k) or 403(b) plan.
At higher incomes, your tax-deductible contribution to a regular IRA phases out. Similarly, your allowable contributions to a Roth IRA phase out at higher incomes.
How to Grow Retirement Savings
No matter what age you start saving, there are steps you can take to build a sizable nest egg to get you through your retirement. You can start by getting a savings estimate using a retirement savings calculator. However, this is just an estimate. You should meet with a financial advisor to develop a retirement plan that meets your unique needs and savings goals. Make sure you revisit your retirement plan on a regular basis. As you get closer to your retirement age, your retirement plan and savings goal needs to be more concrete. Your financial advisor can ensure that you are on the right track for your retirement savings goals.
Trying to pinpoint the right dollar amount to put away for your retirement nest egg can feel daunting. While there are rules of thumb, there is no standard retirement savings amount. So, how much money do you need to save for retirement?
Whether you plan to retire in a few decades or a few years, you can take steps to make yourself retirement ready. Use this checklist to build a strong retirement plan, no matter your age.
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