The IRA Withdrawal Calculator will calculate your current minimum required withdrawal and then forecast your future required withdrawals if you are an IRA owner age 70-1/2 or older.
Not only will the calculator tell you which Life Expectancy Table it used to calculate the results, but it will also display a year-by-year chart showing your forecasted future required withdrawals based on your expected IRA account earnings -- all the way up to age 113!
Note that if you are age 70-1/2 or older, but would just like to calculate an estimate of the current year's required minimum distribution, see the IRA RMD Calculator.
Or, if you are younger than age 70-1/2 but would like to forecast the effect required withdrawals will have on your present or future retirement, please use the IRA Distribution Calculator instead.
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.