BASIC (09-08)

DI 52165.025 Old Interactive Computations Facility (ICF) Function 9 (WC Lump Sum Proration) and Function 28 (WC/PDB)

ICF functions #31, #32, and #34 replaced ICF #9 and #28. In some cases, ICF #9 and #28 may be used to perform WC/PDB calculations. Use both programs with caution. There are limitations that will compute incorrect calculations. Before using #9 and #28, review the limitations on the Interactive Computations Facility (ICF) Resource Page for WC/PDB Offset Computations – Click here.

NOTE: The last systems update to ICF #9 and #28 was prior to the 09/2001 release of ICF functions #31, #32, and #34.

A. ICF #9 (Workers’ Comp Lump Sum Proration)

ICF #9 calculates a lump sum proration with or without expenses. If there are expenses, #9 will calculate the proration using method A, B, and C. For ICF #28 program limitations, click here.

B. ICF #28 (WC/PDB)

If you are not experienced using this program, refer to DI 52170.001 - Manual Computations for Workers’ Compensation/Public Disability Benefit (WC/PDB) Offset to manually calculate the offset.

ICF #28 is less user-friendly than the newer offset computation functions. ICF #28 may be used to calculate the average current earnings (ACE) and the amount of offset and a triennial redetermination. However, ICF #28 will not correctly compute a rate change after a redetermination. For ICF #28 program limitations, click here.


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DI 52165.025 - Old Interactive Computations Facility (ICF) Function 9 (WC Lump Sum Proration) and Function 28 (WC/PDB) - 04/04/2018
Batch run: 04/04/2018
Rev:04/04/2018