I'm asking for input, suggestions, and troubleshooting of my math and methods.

I'm going through the process of calculating and projecting my after-tax income for when I retire from the military. For simplicity I assumed consistent numbers from my mutual fund investments. So I took my 2015 1099-DIV and used the numbers on it. I also estimated my 20-year military pension amount. I assumed 2016 tax implications for calculating taxes. The following is my attempt at figuring out my retirement income when I retire in 2019.

**(A) My annual income**Pension | $54224.87 |

Ordinary dividends | $9585.24 (of which $6975.67 is qualified dividends) |

Capital gains | $9106.08 |

**(B) Figuring out amount of total ordinary income**=Pension + (Ordinary dividends - Qualified dividends) |

=$54224.87 + ($9585.24 - $6975.67) |

=$54224.87 + $2609.57 |

Total ordinary income is $56834.44, which will be taxed at my marginal tax rate |

**(C) Totaling qualified dividends and capital gains**=$6975.67 + $9106.08 |

This amount totals $16081.75, which is taxed at 15% |

**(D) Figuring out income tax on total ordinary income; my total ordinary income puts me in the 25% tax bracket. Refer to 2016 tax brackets for the numbers.**=($9275 x .1) + ($37650 x .15) + [(Total ordinary income - $37650) x .25] |

=$927.50 + $5647.50 + [($56834.44 - $37650) x .25] |

Income tax totals $11371.11 |

**(E) Taxes on my qualified dividends and capital gains, 15% tax rate**=(Qualified dividends + capital gains) x .15 |

=($6975.67 + $9106.08) x .15 |

Tax on qualified dividends and capital gains totals $2412.26 |

**(F) Bottom line**=Pension + Ordinary dividends + Capital gains - (Income tax + Dividend tax) |

=$54224.87 + $9585.24 + $9106.08 - ($11371.11 + $2412.26) |

Totals equal $59132.82 |

**Annual after-tax income is $59,132.82**Again, any comments, input, suggestions, and troubleshooting of the calculations are welcome!