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According to the Social Security Administration’s mortality tables, an American man who turned 65 in 2014 (the most recent data available) had no greater risk of dying in the coming year than one who turned 60 in 1990, 55 in 1957, or 50 in 1900.
The use of outdated mortality tables came to light during an earlier stage of the audit when Baker Tilly checked a random sample of pension files, Pechacek said Wednesday in correspondence to Milwaukee County Board supervisors.
That prompted a closer look at the use of mortality tables and led to Wednesday's disclosure of additional costly errors.
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