Will you have enough to retire? Find out real quick here. Before we answer that, let's practice using someone else's numbers. Let's assume Joe has saved $1.2 million dollars and plans to retire in 10 years. He wants to spend $85,000 a year adjusted for inflation. His net after tax return is 5% and real inflation is 5%. How long will his money last? Be sure to click View Report after entering Joe's numbers. Answer: 14 years and 1 month. Now enter your numbers and see how long your money will last. Call us if you need help calculating the numbers or have any questions. For more information, contact Charles Farrell at 888.657.3847 or leave a message in our question box.