If you are a Fidelity customer (via 401(k) or regular account) may I suggest the Retirement Income Planner (RIP)?
It takes a bit of work the first time in use (mostly concerning retirement expenses, along with modifications to those expenses over time), but I find value in it, since it will give you a forecast of taxes, RMD's, rate of withdrawl, over a year by year report (which runs 30+ pages), and also uses Morningstar info to break down your specific investments.
Just be aware that there are several FIDO forecast tools. This is the most detailed of those available via their site.
Just my $.02.