Blog # 197: How far do $ 1,000,000 go? (Part 1) Financial Advisor

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Bob Ritters Blog No. 197 How far does the picture go for $ 1,000,000 (part 1)?

Your new customers, Joe and Annie Jordan, ask this question: "Together, we have $ 1,000,000 for our 401 (k) and we want to know how much post-tax cash flow we can get from retirement – how much is $ 1,000,000 going to retirement?"

Joe and Annie need to provide more information so you can answer that question realistically:

  • Current age: Both are 60 years old.
  • Retirement age: 70
  • Years of retirement: 25
  • Inflation assumption: 2.00%
  • 401 (k) Yield: 7.00%
  • Adoption of tax code: They expect to remain in a 35% federal and state combined tax code throughout the analysis.

Using InsMarks Contribution-oriented pension plan calculatorThe results of this review are below.

Image 1
Cash flow after taxes
($ 1,000,000 401 (k) assets)
Annual return: 7.00%

Bob Ritters Blog # 197 Picture 1 Cash flow after deduction of taxes One million 401 (k) assets The annual return is 7 percent

Click here to see the annual reports from Figure 1. As you can see in column (4) on page 2, the after-tax cash flow generated in the first year of retirement amounted to $ 77,587. The 2.00% COLA gradually increases this number to $ 124,818 over 30 years. Result: The COLA provides annual purchasing power of $ 77,587 per annum (assuming an inflation rate of 2.00%, as does the COLA).

Let's change that by changing the income assumption to random percentages between 24.00% and -10.00%, which average 7.00% over the 35 years between 60 and 95 years.

picture 2
Cash flow after taxes
($ 1,000,000 401 (k) assets)
Random returns: average 7.00%

Bob Ritters Blog # 197 Picture 2 Cash flow after deduction of taxes One million 401 (k) assets with random returns averaging 7 percent image

Click here to view the annual reports from Figure 2. As you can see in column (4) on page 2, the after-tax cash flow generated in the first year of retirement amounted to $ 80,912. The 2.00% COLA gradually increases that number to $ 130,169 over 30 years. Result: The COLA provides the annual purchasing power of $ 80,912 per annum year (assuming an inflation rate of 2.00%, as does the COLA).

In Part 2 (scheduled for December 2019), we will continue the pension valuation for Joe and Annie Jordan, taking into account all assets and benefits.

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Important note 1: The hypothetical values ​​referenced in this blog assume the non-guaranteed values ​​displayed in all years. This is unlikely and the actual results may be more or less favorable.

Important note no. 2: The information in this blog is for educational purposes only. In any case, the approval of the client's legal and tax advisers regarding the implementation or modification of planning techniques and the applicability and consequences of new cases, decisions or laws for existing or upcoming plans must be ensured.

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