Tools & Calculators
Planning for retirement and managing your Plan account sometimes requires a little help. Here are some useful tools and calculators that may help simplify your path to retirement.
How much money will I need in retirement?
Set your retirement savings goals with the help of the My Interactive Retirement PlannerSM, which takes into account your retirement savings, pension and Social Security income.
How much money will I need to cover retirement health care costs?
Use the My Health Care Estimator® to figure out your potential retirement health care expenses.
Peer Comparison Tool
See how your retirement contributions compare with your peers.
Want help choosing funds?
Use My Investment Planner created by Nationwide Investment Advisors LLC in partnership with global investment management firm Wilshire Associates. Answering a few questions can help you get the investment recommendations that are right for you.
Can my budget afford a payroll deduction?
See how increasing your contributions into your Plan account will affect your take-home pay by using the Paycheck Impact Calculator.
Am I contributing enough?
Enter your numbers into the Future Value Calculator to see how retirement savings may grow over time.
How long will money last in retirement?
Examine various scenarios for taking payouts with either a fixed-period or fixed-amount method with the help of the Payout Illustrator tool.
What if my annual raises aren’t enough?
Learn how a deferred compensation plan can be a good way to offset a decreasing standard of living due to inflation and cost of living increases by using the COLA Illustrator.
Neither the plan administrator nor its representatives give legal or tax advice. Please consult your attorney or tax advisor for answers to specific questions.
These planning tools are presented for informational purposes only. They are not intended to project or predict the investment results of any specific investment. They do not reflect fees of any particular investment and only reflect tax information where shown. Remember, investing may be subject to market risk and there are no guarantees that your investment goals will be achieved.