Financial Reports

Overview
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Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)

The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) provides in-depth information about the operations and financial position of ACERA. Readers will find the CAFR helpful in understanding ACERA’s commitment to financial integrity and member services. Responsibility for both accuracy of the data, and the completeness and fairness of the presentation, rests with ACERA’s management. It is our intent to ensure that the presentation of financial information is accurate and fair, and all material disclosures have been made.

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Actuarial Valuations

ACERA’s actuary is the analytical backbone of our financial security. Our actuarial firm, Segal Co., uses data to place a value on ACERA’s financial commitments to its members as well as a value on the current holdings.

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Administrative Budget

ACERA’s administrative expenses are paid from the earnings of the retirement fund.  California law caps annual administrative expenses at 0.21% of the Actuarial Accrued Liability.  The liability is calculated by ACERA’s actuary, and is basically the total amount owed to plan members for retirement benefits, now and in the future.