Many shy away from investing the proper amount of time into a detailed retirement plan and resort to high level online retirement calculators. Don't fall into that trap- start planning properly with our Excel based retirement calculator now.

The Retirement Calculator and Planner for Excel:


Retirement Savings Spreadsheet
Select from four Excel solvers:
1. Retirement funds longevity
2. Are you saving enough?
3. Allowable retirement spending
4. When can you retire?
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Asset Allocation Spreadsheet
• Set pre-retirement and your post-retirement asset allocation.
• Use investment options we provide or customize your own investment options and returns.
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Income/Spending Spreadsheet
• Enter retirement income by source (Social security, pension, etc.). Adjust for inflation if desired.
• Calculates expected retirement spending based on your inputs.
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Cash Flow Spreadsheet
• See all the income, investment return and expenditures by year.
• Make manual one time adjustments by year for precision retirement planning.
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Why use our Excel Retirement Calculator Spreadsheet?

No Monthly Fees!

We offer our Excel Retirement Calculator & Planner for a one time payment of $15.95 - we do not charge monthly fees

 

Your Personal Information is Secure

Many retirement planning software sites store your information online. What if you'd rather not enter your personal financial information over the web? With our Excel retirement planner spreadsheet, your personal information stays on your computer, not the web.

 

Powered by MS Excel Spreadsheets

You will appreciate what our Excel based Retirement software can do. Because our retirement calculator is an Excel spreadsheet, there is no additional software to set up... just download the spreadsheet and go! Click here for our Retirement Calculator demo download.

 

Free Support

If you have any questions, or you need our help in any way, we're here to help. Just email us at support@simpleplanning.net

 

Excel Retirement Calculator Features

 The Retirement Calculator & Planner determines:

• How long your retirement funds will last
• If you're saving enough today
• Calculates necessary annual contribution adjustments (+/-)
• How much you can afford to spend during retirement
• How soon you can retire (based on annual contributions, investment return, etc.)
• How much you can spend during retirement
• How inflation affects your retirement
• How much you will need to save
• How much you will spend during retirement
• Which variables are the most sensitive
• Level of Income tax during retirement
• If your retirement goals are realistic

 The Retirement Calculator & Planner variables:

• Current Age (yourself & spouse)
• Desired Retirement Age (yourself & spouse)
• Life Expectancy
• Pre-Retirement Asset Allocation
• Post-Retirement Asset Allocation
• Current retirement contributions/savings (401k, IRA's, Other Investments)
• Inflation
• Retirement Spending
• Retirement Income (Social security, Pensions, Retirement Income Tax)

 Access your planner from anywhere

Want to access your planner from another computer? Google Cloud Connect is a free tool that lets you (with a click of a button) store your retirement calculator spreadsheet online so you can access it from anywhere.

 

 Works with all versions of MS Excel

Our Retirement Calculator & Planner is compatible
with Excel 2000-2011 (Including Excel for Macs).

 

 

Try our Excel based Retirement Software for Free

 

 

Retirement Planning Tips

 Understand your Financial Assumptions

A retirement plan is only as good as the assumptions used. We can not stress enough the importance of understanding the variables and assumptions you use when building a retirement plan. A slight overestimation of investment returns or underestimation of inflation can have an enormous impact on the longevity of your funds and ultimately your post-retirement quality of life.


 Save Multiple Scenarios

When building a retirement plan, save two versions- one with medium risk and one with low risk (low investment returns, high inflation, etc.) This will prepare you for the worst, while educating you on the sensitivity of the variables used during long term financial planning.



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 Simple Planning:

Staying true to our name, Simpleplanning.com is dedicated to spreading financial awareness and knowledge to the masses via our easy to use Excel spreadsheet calculators. With the right tools, financial planning can be simple


 Why Excel based Calculators?

Because our downloadable calculators are Excel based, there are no limitations to the level of detail and accuracy we can offer. Online financial calculators however, are limited by load time, and other web code constraints. As a result, their answers are often inaccurate and misleading; ultimately lulling users into a false sense of security.


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