The Retirement Benefits calculator, which has been available since 2009 and provides information on retirement benefits, is now available online.
The calculator includes the basic information about your 401(k) plan, as well as information on what types of benefits you’ll receive.
Here are the major features of the calculator: The Retirement Plans calculator allows you to view information about the 401(K) plan for your current or former spouse, current or retired employees, and former spouses, as a group.
The Retirement Plan Details tab includes information about each retirement benefit.
The Benefits tab shows how much you’ll get in retirement benefits if you’re retired from work and your spouse is working, as you would if you were still married.
The Amount tab shows the amount of your retirement benefits.
You can select between different retirement plans: Traditional 401(ks) – You’ll get the same benefit as if you are single and have worked your entire working life.
If you were married, you can get the standard plan.
This plan pays a percentage of your income each year based on your age, the number of years you’ve worked, and your current salary.
Traditional 401k Plans – This plan allows you the same benefits as if your spouse were working full-time.
It pays a lower percentage of each year, and it doesn’t require a job search.
The standard plan will provide an annual payment of about $10,600, and the hybrid plan will pay an annual benefit of about an average of $18,000.
Traditional IRAs – This is a retirement plan that provides more generous benefits than the traditional 401(d).
The traditional IRA offers a higher percentage of a participant’s pay as a percentage than a traditional 401 plan, and its benefits are higher than those offered by a traditional pension plan.
The 401(m) plans offered by some companies are available only to employees who are employed full- or part-time, or who are over 65.
Traditional IRA Plans – These plans provide more generous retirement benefits than traditional 401 plans.
If your spouse works full- and part- time, the standard IRA plan pays you about a quarter of your salary each year.
This is more generous than the hybrid IRA plan, which pays the employee about half of his or her salary.
If both you and your former spouse are employed at the same company, you’ll both receive the standard plans.
These plans have higher retirement benefits (up to a maximum of about 20 percent of a member’s salary) than the standard 401(c).
These plans may not be offered by all companies.
Traditional 403(b) Plans – If your former spouses were employed at a company that offers a 401(b), 403(a), or 403(e) plan to its employees, you will receive the same pension benefits as they do if you have a spouse who is employed full time.
If neither you nor your former wife were employed fulltime, you would receive a traditional 403(c) plan.
You may also receive a 401k plan through a company with a 401b, 403b, or 403e plan.
Traditional 457 Plans – There are 457 plans available for employers that offer 457 plans to their employees.
These 457 plans provide a lower-than-standard retirement benefit to the employee.
The employer may also offer a Traditional 457 plan.
457 plans may also be offered to certain employees who may be in the same or a similar position.
These programs may be offered through companies that offer a 401-type plan or a 403-type or 403b-type benefit.
Traditional Employees 401 Plans – You may choose to use a Traditional 401 plan for the purpose of receiving a retirement benefit under a Traditional IRA.
The Traditional 401 Plan includes the same type of benefits that you would get if you had your spouse working full time (if you are currently married).
The Traditional 403 Plan includes more generous pensions, which may be a better option for some.
The Pension Plan Details Tab provides more information on each retirement plan.
For more information, see the Retirement Plans FAQs page.
Traditional Pension Plans – Many companies offer Traditional 401 (pension) plans to employees, while some companies offer a traditional pensions plan to their own employees.
This type of plan provides benefits that are similar to those offered in a Traditional pension plan or 403-a plan.
These types of plans are available to some employees, as long as they have not worked for the company for more than two years and have been with the company since the beginning of the plan.