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CalPERS Plans Third Rate Hike in Last Two Years
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Jan. 6, 2014
"The new rate hike would not begin until fiscal 2016-17 to allow employers time to plan after receiving rate projections next year. When fully phased in by 2020-21, the new rate hike and the previous two would raise rates roughly 50 percent above current levels.... Employers have been told a longevity rate hike is likely, but the jump may be larger than some expected."

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