Here's your text in Word. The tab control is circled.
Step 1 - Click the tab control until you see the right tab symbol which looks like a backwards L.
Step 2 - Type a Tab where you want the text to split.
Step 3 - Click in the ruler at the right end to insert a right tab in the current paragraph.
In the illustration, the tab is not all the way to the right so you can more easily see it. You can drag the tab along the ruler to position it anywhere you want - in your case, even with the end of the line as indicated by the white area.
A right tab "anchors" the right end of the text that follows the tab character. By clicking the tab control, you can choose left, right, or center tabs. Experiment by inserting different tabs in the ruler and moving them around to see the effect on the text.