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Response to Yupster (Reply #1)

Thu Aug 9, 2018, 05:10 AM

2. To compound the misery there are a few states that have realized that their assumed rate of return

on the stock market is too high and they are adjusting that to a lower rate. However, it also means that the employees become responsible for contributing an increased amount from their paychecks. Instead of having an issue that is deferred to future, it becomes an issue that has a current economic impact.

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