Estimate and compare the future value difference between a taxable product and a tax-deferred product.
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1Taxes deferred on gains.
The tax-deferred product future value has been calculated with no taxation of gains. Taxes on gains are paid only when the money is withdrawn. When a withdrawal or distribution is taken, the amount withdrawn would be reduced by income taxes on any gain, and if taken prior to age 59½, a 10% federal additional tax may apply. If the tax-deferred product is an annuity contract, there may be differing fees, expenses, and charges associated with an annuity contract that are not reflected in this hypothetical calculation tool. If these fees, expenses, and charges had been included, the difference between the taxable product future value and the tax-deferred product future value would be less.
The taxable product future value has been calculated with no taxation of gains as ordinary income at the marginal tax rate you entered. It is important to note that the lower maximum tax rates on capital gains and dividends could make the final result for the taxable product more favorable, thereby reducing the difference in performance between the taxable product and the tax-deferred product. Individuals should consider their time horizon, risk tolerance, and current and anticipated income tax brackets when making financial decisions. These factors, as well as changes in tax law, may have a significant impact on the results of this comparison.
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