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A CPI for retirees is not needed now but could be in the future

United States. General Accounting Office

A CPI for retirees is not needed now but could be in the future

report to the Congress

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by U.S. General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Consumer price indexes -- United States.,
    • Retirees -- United States.,
    • United States -- Officials and employees -- Pensions -- Cost-of-living adjustments.,
    • United States -- Officials and employees -- Pensions.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesC.P.I. for retirees is not needed now but could be in the future.
      Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK791 .U56 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 95 p. ;
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3141658M
      LC Control Number82602383

      This first-ever use of Chained Consumer Price Index is viewed by guardians of Social Security, federal retirement plans, veterans’ compensation and survivor benefits as a worrisome development. The COLA for the FERS retirement benefit is not provided until after reaching age 62—with the exception of certain special groups such as survivor annuitants, disability retirees, firefighters Author: Tammy Flanagan.

        Web Only / Features» Ap How to Save Retirement (It’s Simple, and It’s Not Chained CPI) President Obama is wrong: Social Security is not the problem–it’s the solution. of the consumer price index (CPI) and to estimate the extent, if any, to which the CPI overstates in-creases in the cost of living. The impetus for expert review of the accuracy of the CPI does not stem from the desire to have a better measure of inflation per se. Rather, the committee realized that a sig-nificant proportion of the budgetFile Size: 35KB.

      Not diversifying investments. Leave it to a military man to tell you that you need to map out your retirement early. "Save for retirement, start early (when you start to work), and diversify your Author: Corey Whelan.   Retirement: How young people can save for the future. Many planners and analysts predict a U-shaped pattern of spending as retirees age, based on cohort analyses described above.


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A CPI for Retirees Is Not Needed Now but Could Be in the Future GGD Published: Jun 1, Publicly Released: Jun 1, A CPI for retirees is not needed now but could be in the future: report to the Congress.

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General Accounting Office.]. OF THE UNITED STATES A CPI For Retirees Is Not Needed Now But Could Be In The Future Beneficiaries of many Federal retirement programs receive cost-of-living increases tied to a consumer price index that reflects the buying habits of urban wage earners and. The CPI does not adequately take into account the expenditures of retirees, most glaringly healthcare and housing costs.

That is why we need to be using the CPI-E, or CPI for the Elderly (CPI-E). In the case of retirement planning, if you determine you will need $50, (in today's dollars) in annual retirement income years from now, and you estimate the average inflation rate will be %, the effects of inflation will mean you will need to earn $81, then.

A price index such as the consumer price index (CPI) is intended to provide a rough gauge of the general direction of prices in the economy.

An increasing consumer price index represents price inflation while a decreasing price index may provide an indication of deflation. The CPI is an important index because the government uses it to make significant policy decisions.

CPI Home. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services. Indexes are available for the U.S. and various geographic areas. Average price data for select utility, automotive fuel, and food items are also available.

I believe I understated the case, the annual increase for federal workers for the decade ending in was 67% above the CPI-U (I could not easily find the calculation for the CPI-W.) Now, the table has turned, and the President and Congress have cooled the federal worker’s annual increase, and for the past several years the increase has.

More contact information for workers and retirees Participants in PBGC-trusteed plans can use PBGC's fast, free, and secure online service tool to apply for pension benefits, update contact information, adjust federal income tax withholding, and more.

Housing: %. Housing makes up almost half of CPI-E expenses. If you want to stretch your retirement dollars, reduce your "shelter" amount. Homeowners can set Author: Nancy L. Anderson. The “chained” Consumer Price Index will dampen future adjustments to federal tax brackets and standard deductions, some fear this could impact future military retirement adjustments.

Will Chained CPI Decrease Military Retirement or VA Disability Benefits. If Chained CPI is instituted, the answer is yes, your benefits will decrease accordingly (assuming your benefits are tied to the new system). The difference likely won’t be much. In fact, you may not even notice it the first year.

Consumer Price Index: The Big Retirement Planning Mistake You Want to Avoid April 5, / 0 Comments / in News, Retirement Planning / by Secure Money Advisors Your retirement plan should assume inflation will be higher than the published numbers, whether you already are retired or still looking forward to it.

Now, before you get too excited about a potentially higher COLA in -- Social Security's COLA has averaged a disappointing % per year over the past 11 years -- let me throw some cold water.

If the CPI is used to make decisions on topics as important as inflation, and it's not accurately capturing the financial realities of Americans, there's a big problem.

I believe housing lies at Author: Nick Kapur. Consumer Price Index for the elderly. Ma The Bureau of Labor Statistics calculates official price indexes for two population groups. One is the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), which represents the spending habits of about 88 percent of the population of the United States.

A special Consumer Price Index for the elderly would pre­ sumably take into account differences between the elderly and the rest of the population in the goods and services purchased, the geographic areas in which they live, and the types of stores they patronize.

It is. This article was co-authored by Ralph Smith. As explained in a recent article, the president’s budget proposal calls for a chained consumer price index (CPI or “chained CPI”) to calculate future changes to the COLA for calculating the cost of retirement increases. President Obama’s proposal follows a similar proposal by the House Republican Study Committee to adopt the chained CPI.

Consumer Price Index - CPI: The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure that examines the weighted average of prices of a basket of consumer goods and. Compounding impact of the slower-growing measure of inflation would increase over time.

For example, a worker who claimed retirement benefits at age 62 Author: Emily Brandon. The chain weighted CPI would incorporate changes in both the quantities and prices of products. The result is that when calculating costs for multi-billion dollar programs—such as Social Security or the federal retirement system—a chained CPI would result in smaller benefit increases and save the government money over time.

Philpott: Chained CPI shaves tax breaks. Will your retired pay be next? Guardians of social security, federal retirement plans, veterans' compensation and .