If your pension does not keep up with inflation, its real value (its value in today's dollars) will decline through time. This loss to inflation will show up in the report as a declining annual pension amount. If your pension is fully adjusted for inflation each year, make sure you enter 100 percent as the degree to which your pension is inflation (COLA) adjusted.
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