Does anybody remember which CPI data is used for calculate the yearly adjustment of LLNL TCP1 pension benefit CPI inflator?
I can't remember if it is the CPI all factors, CPI urban worker wages, or CPI all factors minus food and energy.
It is the average of Feb - Feb annual rate for SFO and Los Angeles urban areas, but I can't remember which measurement.
LA depending on which one is used, it can be between 0.1 and 1%, for SF
it will be between 2% and 3.5% based on recently released data.
So the expected increase in July will be either 1% or 2% depending on which measurement is used.
Anybody have the reference?
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