Years of Retirement
More than half of Americans fear not knowing if they’ll outlive their savings.* Are you one of them?
With CoPilot, you'll see how many years your retirement savings will buy, not just an account balance. It's about knowing where you stand and being able to buy more years of retirement with just one click.
We Make It Simple
Which of these account statements tells you what you actually need to know?
The path to retirement readiness starts with just one question: how many years would you like to be retired? 401(k) account balance statements with charts explaining fund growth and interest rates can be hard to understand and may not help you conceptually visualize how many years you can afford to be retired, but CoPilot breaks down account balances differently.
No fancy pie charts, no confusing calculations—just the years of retirement you’re on track to have versus the years you want.
Speak with a PAi retirement specialist and start counting your years.
*Retirement Savings Fears Grip Americans: 'I Don’t Have Enough', CNBC, 2014.
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The Years of Retirement calculator is for illustrative purposes only. The estimates provided through this calculator are inherently uncertain and are not, in any way, a guarantee of future results.