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You can change any of the settings below to see what effect it might have on your estimated retirement pot.

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Your regular contributions

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I want to change my contributions.

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Your contributions will change to:

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Your employer's contributions will change to:

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I don't want to change my contributions. Help for I don't want to change contributions

I want to add a single additional contribution.

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I want to add an existing NEST retirement pot.

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Do you want a tax-free cash lump sum when you retire? Help for do you want a cash lump sum when you retire

Tell us what percentage of your retirement pot you want to take as a tax-free cash lump sum when you retire. The maximum you can take is 25 per cent, or a quarter, of your pot.

Who gets my retirement income? Help for who gets my retirement income

You can get a retirement income until you die, but you can also make sure your spouse or partner has a retirement income after you die.

Would you like to guarantee that your retirement income will be paid for 10 years? Help for would you like your retirement income guaranteed for 10 years

If you choose to have a guaranteed retirement income it means your retirement income will definitely be paid out for 10 years, even if you die before the 10 years is up. You choose who gets this income when you set up your retirement income.

Do you want your pension to increase in line with inflation each year? Help for do you want your pension to increase in line with inflation each year

If your retirement income is a fixed amount, the buying power of your retirement income will probably go down because of the effect of inflation. Getting an income that increases over time helps protect you against this.

Always remember

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.

About this page

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.

Our assumptions...

Learn more about the assumptions we use to calculate your pension estimate.

What kind of retirement do I want?

Explore the kind of retirement you want and learn how you can work towards it in three straightforward steps.

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Estimating my total retirement income

To help estimate your total retirement income, use the Money Advice Service pension calculator.

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Growing my pension

What you can do to help grow your pension pot.

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