We have had considerable discussion on this forum concerning the 'final salary' calculation and the effect of the loss of the good RPI/CPI years from the 'best 3 years in 10' part of the calculation. I'm a transitioned member, with 29 years in the final salary and a couple in the career average scheme, on a static salary over the last decade. I've been downloading my TP statement regularly to keep an eye on things. For the first time, my calculated 'final salary' has dropped. It's fallen by just over £200, between last July and now. Looking at the historical RPI/CPI figures (below), I'm guessing that the 5% year is starting to fall out of the calculation. Part of my thinking is that it only takes 9 adjustments to account for 10 years of inflation. But if I am wrong, and it is the 3.9% year going, then there is much worse to come over the next year. 2018/2019 = 3.0% Applied in April 2018 (to 2016-17 salary??) 2017/2018 = 1.0% 2016/2017 = 0.0% 2015/2016 = 1.2% 2014/2015 = 2.7% 2013/2014 = 2.2% 2012/2013 = 5.2% 2011/2012 = 3.1% 2010/2011 = 0.0% 2009/2010 = 5.0% Applied April 2009 (to 08-09 salary??) 2008/2009 = 3.9% It isn't wise to extrapolate from such narrow data, but it is a little worrying to see that half the addition to my Career Average pension over the last two months has been wiped out by the fall in the Final Salary. Does anyone else monitor their TP account? Have you noticed a fall?