Welcome to our Retirement Calculator!
Our calculator tool helps consumers chart a successful financial future. Mathematical modeling is the art of building formulas that mimic the real world. Financial modeling empowers us to predict the results of various choices: interest rates, tax options, asset allocations, inflation rates, mortgage packages, actuarial expectations and others.
Our calculator tool combines mathematical modeling with modern computing power to create a powerful decision assist. With just a few key strokes the user can explore the results of dozens of financial choices or review historical trends or calculate their actuarial odds. Retirement Calculator is a financial empowerment tool that every consumer can use to take control of their monetary future and increase their changes of financial success.
Computer modeling is essential to wise financial decisions. Without this type of quantitative input, we are all just guessing about the future and guesses lay a shaky fiscal foundation and endanger your changes of true financial success.
All major commercial and investment decisions by true financial professionals involves some form of computer modeling. Families, professionals and small businesses can now benefit from some of the same tools and techniques used by the pro’s.
In addition to our Retirement Calculator tool, custom modeling is available from Capital Strategies Design Group. Our fees are surprisingly reasonable and the first interview is free. Take charge of your future – Give us a call!
Review historical trends (spot)
Inspect the past performance of asset classes (history tends to repeat)
Calculate your Actuarial Odds (life expectancy, mortality, morbidity, longevity)
Find the Odds of the Unexpected (life expectancy, mortality, morbidity, longevity)
Explore various tax options
Peek at Future Values (Project the result of various assumptions (interest rates, tax rates, inflation rates, future values (earnings, future, peek into the future
Predict future values, estimate future results
Search for needed Values (Interest Rates, Level of Savings, Future Amounts Needed, etc)