One of my friends in his late 20s sent me this today and I just found it amusing. His 401k plan is handled by fidelity. It's obvious that their calculator is not made to handle us young 'uns very well :-)
the fidelity benefits calculator said that when i retire there's a 95% chance i will have an anual income of 50k-900k
I don't blame the calculator too much. There are so many variables to take into account. He set his retirement age at 65. I don't think anyone in their 20s already working toward retirement would seriously consider this to be their ideal retirement age, but when I questioned him on working that long he just said "what else am I going to do?"