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Monday, October 23, 2006


I've finally gotten information that settles the question of how PERS will implement the recovery after year one. This is explained and confirmed in this document from the actuarial firm contracting with PERS - Mercer. You can read the explanation here. The Mercer explanation matches almost exactly with how I interpreted the implementation method in my Lipscomb calculator. The most important "bullet" point is the last one on the page. I think it is self-explanatory. My thanks to David Crosley and Mercer for supplying this needed clarification.

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