AVC calculator

Additional Voluntary Contributions (AVCs) could help boost your retirement income.

The calculator below helps you work out how much you might want to put into an AVC plan to help you achieve your retirement goals. It's straightforward to use as you can amend the contribution details and tax band in 'Your details' using the sliders and the figures will automatically update in 'Your summary'.  The figures in 'Your summary' are only a guide based on the details you enter. Sample illustrations can also be found in the Key Features Illustration.

Your details

Please note you can contribute up to your 75th birthday as long as you are a member of your main pension scheme

Your summary

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Important information

  • The figures are for illustrative purposes only and are not guaranteed.
  • The figures assume 5% growth each year. The value of your fund can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount you put in.
  • The figures assume annual management charges of 1% each year. Your charges may differ. Charges can vary in the future and may be higher than they are now.
  • The calculator does not take inflation into account which means that the purchasing power of your fund value will be reduced in the future.
  • The calculator does not take into account annual or lifetime allowances. Please read Annual and Lifetime allowances and how they impact you as the Government can change these allowances from time to time.
  • The tax relief is an estimate based on your chosen tax band. The impact of taxation and any tax relief depends on your individual circumstances and may change in the future. The calculator assumes that the whole contribution falls within the tax band you choose.

For more information on how AVCs could help boost your retirement income, please visit your AVC scheme website below.