California's state auditor said in a report Tuesday that San Jose officials provided "inadequately supported" estimates in bond documents that said its retirement costs would increase to $400 million by fiscal 2016.

The audit report found that three bond statements in 2011 were unsupported by acceptable actuarial methodologies.

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