Loss due to failure of salary to keep pace with inflation

Ending Calender YearGS RateActual SalarySalary 68 rateBase 68 Compound inflationCPI Annual Inflation rateSalary Scale(68)Scale (68) Initial + inflation InflatedLoss to InflationSalary Loss annualTotal Loss To date
19685.5$7,239$7,239100%
$7,265$7,2650%($26)($26)
19697.2$9,169$8,691106%5.5%$9,078$9,577-4%($408)($434)
19709.4$10,836$9,717112%5.7%$10,718$11,952-10%($1,116)($1,550)
197111.2$13,036$11,197116%4.4%$10,543$12,2746%$762($788)
197211.3$14,197$11,817120%3.2%$10,883$13,0758%$1,122$333
197311.4$16,138$12,648128%6.2%$11,223$14,32011%$1,818$2,151
1974
$17,029$12,024142%11.0%$11,223$15,8957%$1,134$3,285
197511.5$18,423$11,923155%9.1%$11,563$17,8673%$556$3,841
197612.2$21,123$12,921163%5.8%$12,580$20,5663%$557$4,398
197712.3$23,341$13,406174%6.5%$12,986$22,6093%$732$5,130
197812.4$25,397$13,557187%7.6%$13,392$25,0881%$309$5,438
1979
$27,172$13,032209%11.3%$13,392$27,923-3%($751)$4,687
198012.5$30,543$12,906237%13.5%$13,798$32,654-7%($2,111)$2,576
1981
$32,013$12,264261%10.3%$13,798 $36,017-13%($4,004)($1,428)
198212.6$34,269$12,362277%6.2%$14,204 $39,376-15%($5,107)($6,535)
1983
$34,464$12,047286%3.2%$14,204$40,636-18%($6,172)($12,707)
198412.7$36,657$12,285298%4.3%$14,610$43,595-19%($6,938)($19,644)
1985
$37,000$11,969309%3.6%$14,610$45,164-22%($8,164)($27,808)
1986
$37,943$12,045315%1.9%$14,610$46,022-21%($8,079)($35,887)
198712.8$40,169$12,309326%3.6%$15,016$49,004-22%($8,835)($44,722)
1988
$40,972$12,060340%4.1%$15,016 $51,013-25%($10,041)($54,763)
1989
$42,651$11,980356%4.8%$15,016$53,462-25%($10,811)($65,574)
199012.9$45,377$12,092375%5.4%$15,422$57,872-28%($12,495)($78,069)
1991
$47,237$12,081391%4.2%$15,422$60,303-28%($13,066)($91,135)
1992
$49,221$12,221403%3.0%$15,422$62,112-26%($12,891)($104,026)
199312.10$51,042$12,304415%3.0%$15,730$65,253-28%($14,211)($118,237)
1994
$54,438$12,790426%2.6%$15,730 $66,949-23%($12,511)($130,748)
1995
$56,555$12,926438%2.8%$15,730$68,824-22%($12,269)($143,017)
1996
$58,018$12,887450%2.9%$15,730$70,820-22%($12,802)($155,819)
1997
$59,451$12,908461%2.3%$15,730 $72,449-22%($12,998)($168,817)
1998
$61,230$13,085468%1.6%$15,730 $73,608-20%($12,378)($181,195)
1999
$63,489$13,276478%2.2%$15,730$75,227-18%($11,738)$192,933)
2000
$66,656$13,585491%2.6%$15,730$77,183-16%($10,527)($203,460)
2001
$69,237$13,700505%3.0%$15,730 $79,499-15%($10,262)($213,722)


$1,251,732$414,251

$467,564$1,465,454Total Lost($213,722)

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