The Actuaries Longevity Illustrator Among other things, this tool can you estimate your probability of living to a given age.
Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index This survey looks at how workers and retirees are planning for retirement.
Charity Navigator This site has a searchable database of charities it rates on financial health, transparency and accounting and results reporting.
VolunteerMatch.org This site allows you to search for organizations in your area that are in need of volunteers.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Located at the University of North Carolina-Asheville, the Institute offers retirement workshops, including Paths To Creative Retirement and Creative Retirement Exploration Weekend, designed to help retirees and pre-retirees create a rewarding and fulfilling life in retirement.
Compare Cost of Living NerdWallet’s Cost of Living Calculator, which has details on the cost of living in 231 U.S. cities, can show you how much you might be able to save by moving to an area with lower living costs.
Ready-2-Retire When you rev up this tool, you’ll find icons representing 24 different retirement activities (travel, returning to school, creative interests, etc.) that you can drag and drop into different baskets based on how important each is to you. The idea is to help you get more specific about how you might actually spend your time in retirement. (You’ll hear a narrator when the tool starts. You can click the sound icon to turn the narration off.)
Plan For A Long Retirement Plug in your age and gender and you’ll get a quick estimate of the probability that make it to a given age. For example, a 65-year-old man would have about a 6% chance of living to 95. Insert the same info for a couple, and the calculator estimates the chances that either of you will be alive to that age.
How Long Will You Live? With this life expectancy calculator, you can enter information about your health, occupation, sex life and family history to get a more customized estimate of your life expectancy.
The Death Clock If you’d prefer a more morbid view of life expectancy, you may want to check out this tool. Enter your birth date, a few other pertinent facts and select from a menu of four “Modes” (Normal, Optimistic, Pessimistic or Sadistic) and the tool gives you your “Personal Day of Death”— a prediction of when you’ll die down to the day.