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Our Pension Calculator aims to help give you an idea of what you might get when you take your money out of NEST.
The figures generated by the Pension Calculator are estimates and are only provided for illustration. The actual amount you'll get will depend on many things that can change over time. To work out the estimate we use the information you provide about the contributions you'll make in future, the contributions made on your behalf and your NEST retirement age.
We use this to calculate what your retirement pot might be worth when you take your money out of NEST. We work out what you might be able to take as a tax-free cash lump sum and what you might get as a retirement income.
You can also see what you might get if you change how much you contribute, your NEST retirement date or both.
Use the calculator to edit these and other settings and we'll recalculate your estimate as many times as you want.
We strongly recommend you read Our assumptions on the right hand side of this page. You might want to get financial advice before making any decisions about your future retirement.Get your estimate
Your actual retirement income will depend on several things, including the total amount of contributions paid in, how your investments perform and the cost of getting a retirement income when you take your money out.
From the end of 2012, UK retirement income providers have to give men and women the same rates for their retirement income. This estimate takes this provision into account.
We'll review all these assumptions and we may update them from time to time.
Use this page to see how your pension estimate could be affected by how much you contribute and when you plan to take your money out of NEST.
You can change your settings to see how the choices you make could affect your pension estimate.