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Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for August 2017

The Inflation Rate Calculator included in ProAPOD’s iCalculator real estate calculators program has been updated to reflect the latest US government CPI data released on Thursday, September 14. With this update iCalculator users can now use the inflation rate calculator to compute US inflation rates from 1913 through August 2017.

Example

You spent $1,500 on a family vacation back in 1977 and are curious to know how much money you would have to spend in August 2017 to have the same buying power for similar goods and services. Here are the steps:

  • Login to iCalculator
  • Select the category Time Value
  • Open the Inflation Rate calculator
  • Select 1977 as the starting year
  • Enter $1500.00 as the dollar amount spent
  • Select 2017 as the ending year
  • Click Calculate

Result: $6,077.20 and 305.1%.
Explanation: Due to a 305.1% increase in the U.S. inflation rate since 1977, you will currently have to spend $6,077.20 for essentially the same vacation you enjoyed for $1,500 back in 1977.
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So You Know

1. The Inflation Rate calculator in iCalculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year from 1913 through to the present, and enter any dollar amount you wish.

2. If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for July 2017

ProAPOD updated the Inflation Rate Calculator included in its iCalculator real estate calculators program to reflect the latest US government CPI data released on August 11, 2017. So iCalculator users can now compute US inflation rates from 1913 through July 2017.

Example

You would like to determine how much money you would have to spend in July 2017 to have the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $900.00 for similar goods and services in 1983. Here are the steps:

  • Login to iCalculator
  • Select the category Time Value
  • Open the Inflation Rate calculator
  • Select 1983 as the starting year
  • Enter $900.00 as the dollar amount spent
  • Select 2017 as the ending year
  • Click Calculate

Result: $2,211.92 and 145.8%.

So You Know

1. iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1968, 1988, 2011 and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $2,930, $97,500 and so forth).

2. If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for May 2017

ProAPOD has updated the Inflation Rate calculator included in its iCalculator real estate calculators program to reflect the latest US government CPI data released on June 14, 2017. This update will enable iCalculator users to compute US inflation rates from 1913 through May 2017.

For example, let’s say you would like to calculate the amount of money you would have to spend in May 2017 to have the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $200.00 for similar goods and services in 1933. Here are the steps:

  • Login to iCalculator
  • Select the category Time Value
  • Open the Inflation Rate calculator
  • Select 1913 as the starting year
  • Enter $100.00 as the dollar amount spent
  • Select 2017 as the ending year
  • Click Calculate

Result: $2,472.05 and 2372.1%.

So You Know

1. iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1948, 1998, 2012 and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $2,950, $37,500 and so forth).

2. If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for March 2017

The Inflation Rate calculator in ProAPOD’s iCalculator real estate calculators program has been updated recently to reflect the latest US government CPI data released on April 14, 2017. This update will enable users of iCalculator to compute US inflation rates from 1913 through March 2017.

For example, let’s say you would like to calculate the amount of money you would have to spend in March 2017 to have the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $200.00 for similar goods and services in 1933. Here are the steps:

  • Login to iCalculator
  • Select the category Time Value
  • Open the Inflation Rate calculator
  • Select 1913 as the starting year
  • Enter $200.00 as the dollar amount spent
  • Select 2017 as the ending year
  • Click Calculate

Result: $4,925.27 and 2362.6%.

So You Know

1. iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1955, 1988, 2015 and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $1,950, $27,500 and so forth).

2. If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for Feb 2017

ProAPOD updated the Inflation Rate calculator in it’s iCalculator real estate calculator program to reflect the latest US inflation rate government data released Wednesday, March 15. This update means that iCalculator users will be able to compute US inflation rates from 1913 through February 2017.

For example, let say that you want to determine how much you would have to spend in February 2017 to have the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $200.00 for similar goods and services in 1933. You would select 1913 as the starting year, then enter $200.00 as the dollar amount spent, then select 2017 as the ending year, and then click Calculate to reveal the result: $4,921.27 and 2360.6%.

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1948, 1995, 2010 and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $950, $20,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for Jan 2017

The US annual inflation rate for January 2017 jumped by the most four years according to government data released Wednesday, February 17. iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current inflation rate data. This enables you to now compute inflation rates from 1913 through January 2017. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in January 2017 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $100.00 for similar goods and services in 1933. (Answer: $1867.99).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 2013, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $1,950, $25,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for December 2016

The US annual inflation rate over 2016 climbed at the fastest pace in five years according to government data released Wednesday, January 18. iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. So you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through December 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in December 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $484.86).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 1995, 2011, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $950, $2,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated To Reflect November 2016 Increase

The annual inflation rate jumped the most in over two years according to the government data released Thursday, December 15 as a result of a cost of living in the United States for the fourth month in a row.

iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. So you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through November 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in November 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $487.58).

iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute, however. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1962, 1995, 2011, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $950, $2,500 and so forth).

So You Know

If you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for October Increase

According to government data released Thursday, November 17, annual inflation in the United States ran at the fastest rate in two years as consumer prices in October climbed the most they have in the previous six months of this year.

iCalculator, therefore, has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. That means you can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through October 2016. For example, you can now determine how much you would have to spend in October 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services you spent may have spent (say) $20.00 for similar goods and services in 1913. (Answer: $488.34).

But so you know: iCalculator’s Inflation Rate calculator does not limit you to either the years or the amount you want to compute. You can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1913, 1956, 1988, 2015, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $20, $780, $1,000,000, or whatever).

So You Know

Users never pay for updates. So if you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update the next time you calculate. Learn more about iCalculator…

Inflation Rate Calculator Updated for September

According to government data released on Tuesday, Oct 18, the annual inflation rate rose 1.5% in September–a near 2-year high inflation jump. As a result, iCalculator has updated its Inflation Rate calculator to reflect this most current data. That means users can now compute inflation rates from 1913 through September 2016. For example, “How much would I have to spend in September 2016 to equal the same buying power for goods and services I spent $20.00 for in 1913?”

Of course, you’re not limited to those years. With our Inflation Rate calculator. you can select any starting year and any ending year (e.g., 1928 and 1952, 1988 and 2013, and so on). And you can enter any amount (e.g., $1.00, $1,000,000, or whatever).

Users never pay for updates. So if you are a current user of iCalculator, the Inflation Rate calculator will automatically reflect this latest update. Learn more about iCalculator…