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Thursday, August 02, 2007

US inflation calculator


The inflation calculator allows you to take any dollar amount and two years between 1800 and 2006. It then gives you an estimate of how much that money would be worth based on inflation. It calculates it both directions. So $100 in 1800 would be equivalent to $1143.21 in 2006. And $100 in 2006 would be equivalent to $8.75.

The data for the calculations comes from two US government documents, Historical Statistics of the United States and Statistical Abstracts of the United States So it is pretty accurate in it's estimates.

The Inflation Calculator

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1 Comments:

  • I didn't find an answer:
    my car tires cost 90 $.
    How will be the inflation pressure next year?

    (Sorry for the ludicrous comment)

    By Anonymous Alexander, at August 02, 2007 10:57 AM  

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