This online IRA Growth and Distribution Calculator will attempt to forecast the future growth of your IRA, as well as the required minimum distributions (RMDs) that will begin once you reach age 70-1/2.
Specifically, the calculator will generate a year-by-year chart showing the estimated growth of your IRA accounts. This includes the annual addition of your interest earnings and the annual subtraction of your estimated minimum withdrawals -- all the way up to age 113!
If you are already age 70-1/2 or older, please use the IRA Future Withdrawal Calculator for forecasting future required distributions.
Or, if you are already age 70-1/2 or older and you would just like to estimate your current required minimum distribution, please use the IRA Current RMD Calculator.
If you're not sure what required IRA withdrawals are or when they are required, or if you want to know what the calculator bases its calculations on, be sure to visit the Learn tab for answers.
Important: Please keep in mind that the results of this calculator are merely estimates and are not to be used for calculating your actual required withdrawal amounts. Consult your plan administrator for the exact amount required.