Tools and calculators

Whether your retirement is still some time away or is fast approaching, it's important to get a clear idea of how close you are to achieving your aims. Aviva's simple online tools and calculators can help you, however these provide an estimation only and cannot be relied upon.

To help you plan your retirement

My Retirement Planner

This is a good place to start when you want an estimated future value for your personal pension plans. By inputting different target incomes you can get an idea how long your money might last in retirement.

This tool provides an illustrative example only and does not provide any personalised advice or provide a personal recommendation.

Life expectancy calculator

Many people underestimate their life expectancy. Use this calculator to get some idea of how long you might live in retirement.

Equity release calculator

This calculator will help you find out how much money you may be able to release from your home with a lifetime mortgage.

This is a lifetime mortgage. To understand the features and risks, ask for a personalised illustration.

Pension annuity calculator

Spare ten minutes to get a quote on how much income you could receive in retirement.

Pension Withdrawal Tax Calculator

Thinking about taking a lump sum from your pension? Find out how much income tax you might have to pay.

Retirement spending calculator

Wondering how much you might spend in retirement? If you are looking to retire in the next five years, this calculator could help you find out.

To help you budget, invest and save

Investment calculator

See how you could reach your investment goals with our Investment calculator. Simply enter how much you’d like to invest and the calculator will estimate what it could be worth in the future, based on set growth rates.

ISA calculator

Find out what your Stocks & Shares ISA could be worth, as well as how much (and for how long) you may need to invest.

Shape My Future

What do you want from your retirement? Discover your potential retirement income, whether it’ll fund the lifestyle you want – and how to start saving for a better future.

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