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S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1900 Stock market returns since 1900. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1900, you would have about $8,628,046.08 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 8,627,946.08%, or 9.85% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 271,289.26% cumulatively, or 6 S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1980 Stock market returns since 1980. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1980, you would have about $9,788.58 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 9,688.58%, or 11.83% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 2,920.29% cumulatively, or 8.67%### per year.

S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2012 Stock market returns since 2012. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2012, you would have about $347.96 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 247.96%, or 14.86% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 199.15% cumulatively, or 12.95% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year.### $1 IN 1830 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1830 to 2021 $1 in 1830 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $29.03 today, an increase of $28.03 over 191 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.78% per year between 1830 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,802.76%.. This means that today's prices are 29.03 times higher than average prices since 1830, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1850 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1850 to 2021 $1 in 1850 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $34.24 today, an increase of $33.24 over 171 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.09% per year between 1850 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,323.77%.. This means that today's prices are 34.24 times higher than average prices since 1850, according to the Bureau of Labor U.S. INFLATION CALCULATOR: 1635→2021, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA Updated: April 13, 2021. This inflation calculator uses official records published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Inflation has averaged 0.90% per year since 1635, causing an overall price difference of 3,091.29%. Use the form on this page to look up inflation for any year (2021 inflation is estimated based on latest### monthly CPI data).

S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1900 Stock market returns since 1900. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1900, you would have about $8,628,046.08 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 8,627,946.08%, or 9.85% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 271,289.26% cumulatively, or 6 S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1980 Stock market returns since 1980. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1980, you would have about $9,788.58 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 9,688.58%, or 11.83% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 2,920.29% cumulatively, or 8.67%### per year.

S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2012 Stock market returns since 2012. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2012, you would have about $347.96 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 247.96%, or 14.86% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 199.15% cumulatively, or 12.95% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year.### $1 IN 1830 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1830 to 2021 $1 in 1830 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $29.03 today, an increase of $28.03 over 191 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.78% per year between 1830 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,802.76%.. This means that today's prices are 29.03 times higher than average prices since 1830, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1850 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1850 to 2021 $1 in 1850 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $34.24 today, an increase of $33.24 over 171 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.09% per year between 1850 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,323.77%.. This means that today's prices are 34.24 times higher than average prices since 1850, according to the Bureau of Labor $2,500 IN 1730 → 2021 Value of $2,500 from 1730 to 2021 $2,500 in 1730 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $145,138.04 today, an increase of $142,638.04 over 291 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.41% per year between 1730 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 5,705.52%.. This means that today's prices are 58.06 times higher than average prices since 1730, according to the### $1 IN 1750 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1750 to 2021 $1 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $41.73 today, an increase of $40.73 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1837 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81%.. This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average### $1 IN 1850 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1850 to 2021 $1 in 1850 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $34.24 today, an increase of $33.24 over 171 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.09% per year between 1850 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,323.77%.. This means that today's prices are 34.24 times higher than average prices since 1850, according to the Bureau of Labor $20 IN 1791 → 2021 Value of $20 from 1791 to 2021 $20 in 1791 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $568.20 today, an increase of $548.20 over 230 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.47% per year between 1791 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,741.00%.. This means that today's prices are 28.41 times higher than average prices since 1791, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1834 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 3% of a dollar in 1834 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1834 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3,105.28 today, an increase of $3,005.28 over 187 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.85% per year between 1834 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,005.28%.. This means that today's prices are 31.05 times higher than average S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2007 Stock market returns since 2007. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2007, you would have about $354.13 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 254.13%, or 9.45% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 174.95% cumulatively, or 7.49% per year. $26,000 IN 1835 → 2021 Value of $26,000 from 1835 to 2021 $26,000 in 1835 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $795,348.86 today, an increase of $769,348.86 over 186 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.86% per year between 1835 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,959.03%.. This means that today's prices are 30.59 times higher than average prices since 1835, according to the $20,305 IN 1840 → 2021 Value of $20,305 from 1840 to 2021 $20,305 in 1840 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $623,279.48 today, an increase of $602,974.48 over 181 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.91% per year between 1840 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,969.59%.. This means that today's prices are 30.70 times higher than average prices since 1840, according to the### $1 IN 1750 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1750 to 2021 $1 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $41.73 today, an increase of $40.73 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according to the Bureau of Labor $250,000 IN 1750 → 2021 Value of $250,000 from 1750 to 2021 $250,000 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $10,431,796.87 today, an increase of $10,181,796.87 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year.### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor $15,000,000 IN 1848 → 2021 Value of $15,000,000 from 1848 to 2021 $15,000,000 in 1848 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $507,064,556.96 today, an increase of $492,064,556.96 over 173 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.06% per year between 1848 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,280.43%.. This means that today's prices are 33.80 times higher than average prices since 1848### CA PROPERTY TAX MAP

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VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81% . This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average prices S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2012 Stock market returns since 2012. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2012, you would have about $347.96 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 247.96%, or 14.86% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 199.15% cumulatively, or 12.95% per year.### $1 IN 1750 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1750 to 2021 $1 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $41.73 today, an increase of $40.73 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according to the Bureau of Labor $250,000 IN 1750 → 2021 Value of $250,000 from 1750 to 2021 $250,000 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $10,431,796.87 today, an increase of $10,181,796.87 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year.### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor $15,000,000 IN 1848 → 2021 Value of $15,000,000 from 1848 to 2021 $15,000,000 in 1848 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $507,064,556.96 today, an increase of $492,064,556.96 over 173 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.06% per year between 1848 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,280.43%.. This means that today's prices are 33.80 times higher than average prices since 1848### CA PROPERTY TAX MAP

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VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81% . This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average prices S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2012 Stock market returns since 2012. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2012, you would have about $347.96 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 247.96%, or 14.86% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 199.15% cumulatively, or 12.95% per year.### CA PROPERTY TAX MAP

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### $1 IN 1800 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1800 to 2021 $1 in 1800 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $21.19 today, an increase of $20.19 over 221 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1800 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,019.48%.. This means that today's prices are 21.19 times higher than average prices since 1800, according to the Bureau of Labor### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1837 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81%.. This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1950 Stock market returns since 1950. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1950, you would have about $212,624.72 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 212,524.72%, or 11.40% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 19,088.09% cumulatively, or 7.69% $2,500 IN 1730 → 2021 Value of $2,500 from 1730 to 2021 $2,500 in 1730 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $145,138.04 today, an increase of $142,638.04 over 291 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.41% per year between 1730 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 5,705.52%.. This means that today's prices are 58.06 times higher than average prices since 1730, according to the $2,022.33 IN 1750 → 2021 Value of $2,022.33 from 1750 to 2021 $2,022.33 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $84,386.14 today, an increase of $82,363.81 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according to the $0.30 IN 1835 → 2021 Value of $0.30 from 1835 to 2021 $0.30 in 1835 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $9.10 today, an increase of $8.80 over 186 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.85% per year between 1835 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,934.70%.. This means that today's prices are 30.35 times higher than average prices since 1835, according to the Bureau of Labor $20,305 IN 1840 → 2021 Value of $20,305 from 1840 to 2021 $20,305 in 1840 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $623,279.48 today, an increase of $602,974.48 over 181 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.91% per year between 1840 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,969.59%.. This means that today's prices are 30.70 times higher than average prices since 1840, according to the $2,500 IN 1735 → 2021 Value of $2,500 from 1735 to 2021 $2,500 in 1735 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $166,908.75 today, an increase of $164,408.75 over 286 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.48% per year between 1735 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,576.35%.. This means that today's prices are 66.76 times higher than average prices since 1735, according to the U.S. INFLATION CALCULATOR: 1635→2021, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA Updated: April 13, 2021. This inflation calculator uses official records published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Inflation has averaged 0.90% per year since 1635, causing an overall price difference of 3,091.29%. Use the form on this page to look up inflation for any year (2021 inflation is estimated based on latest### monthly CPI data).

S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year.### $1 IN 1830 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1830 to 2021 $1 in 1830 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $29.03 today, an increase of $28.03 over 191 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.78% per year between 1830 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,802.76%.. This means that today's prices are 29.03 times higher than average prices since 1830, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1823 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1823 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1823 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,543.37 today, an increase of $2,443.37 over 198 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.65% per year between 1823 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,443.37%.. This means that today's prices are 25.43 times higher than average VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81% . This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average prices VALUE OF 1831 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1831 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3,069.59 today, an increase of $2,969.59 over 190 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1831 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,969.59% . This means that today's prices are 30.70 times higher than average prices VALUE OF 1825 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1825 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,697.52 today, an increase of $2,597.52 over 196 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.70% per year between 1825 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,597.52% . This means that today's prices are 26.98 times higher than average prices MERCEDES-BENZ GL350 BLUETEC 4MATIC INFO Fuel Efficiency. Mercedes-Benz has manufactured models of GL350 Bluetec 4matic for 6 years. They average 21.0 combined miles per gallon, with the latest 2016 GL350 Bluetec 4matic above average at 22 combined MPG. Government regulators estimate the fuel VALUE OF 1789 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1789 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3,034.70 today, an increase of $2,934.70 over 232 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.48% per year between 1789 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,934.70% . This means that today's prices are 30.35 times higher than average prices U.S. INFLATION CALCULATOR: 1635→2021, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA Updated: April 13, 2021. This inflation calculator uses official records published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Inflation has averaged 0.90% per year since 1635, causing an overall price difference of 3,091.29%. Use the form on this page to look up inflation for any year (2021 inflation is estimated based on latest### monthly CPI data).

S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2009 Stock market returns since 2009. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2009, you would have about $558.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 458.17%, or 15.41% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 348.40% cumulatively, or 13.32% per year. S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2015 Stock market returns since 2015. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2015, you would have about $210.17 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 110.17%, or 13.18% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 86.53% cumulatively, or 10.95% per year.### $1 IN 1830 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1830 to 2021 $1 in 1830 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $29.03 today, an increase of $28.03 over 191 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.78% per year between 1830 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,802.76%.. This means that today's prices are 29.03 times higher than average prices since 1830, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1823 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1823 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1823 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,543.37 today, an increase of $2,443.37 over 198 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.65% per year between 1823 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,443.37%.. This means that today's prices are 25.43 times higher than average VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81% . This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average prices VALUE OF 1831 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1831 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3,069.59 today, an increase of $2,969.59 over 190 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1831 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,969.59% . This means that today's prices are 30.70 times higher than average prices VALUE OF 1825 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1825 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,697.52 today, an increase of $2,597.52 over 196 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.70% per year between 1825 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,597.52% . This means that today's prices are 26.98 times higher than average prices MERCEDES-BENZ GL350 BLUETEC 4MATIC INFO Fuel Efficiency. Mercedes-Benz has manufactured models of GL350 Bluetec 4matic for 6 years. They average 21.0 combined miles per gallon, with the latest 2016 GL350 Bluetec 4matic above average at 22 combined MPG. Government regulators estimate the fuel VALUE OF 1789 DOLLARS TODAY Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1789 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $3,034.70 today, an increase of $2,934.70 over 232 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.48% per year between 1789 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,934.70% . This means that today's prices are 30.35 times higher than average prices U.S. INFLATION CALCULATOR: 1635→2021, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR DATA Updated: April 13, 2021. This inflation calculator uses official records published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Inflation has averaged 0.90% per year since 1635, causing an overall price difference of 3,091.29%. Use the form on this page to look up inflation for any year (2021 inflation is estimated based on latest### monthly CPI data).

$2,022.33 IN 1750 → 2021 Value of $2,022.33 from 1750 to 2021 $2,022.33 in 1750 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $84,386.14 today, an increase of $82,363.81 over 271 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.39% per year between 1750 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 4,072.72%.. This means that today's prices are 41.73 times higher than average prices since 1750, according to the### $1 IN 1700 → 2021

Value of $1 from 1700 to 2021 $1 in 1700 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $65.14 today, an increase of $64.14 over 321 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.31% per year between 1700 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1700, according to the Bureau of Labor VALUE OF 1837 DOLLARS TODAY Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1837 Updated: May 12, 2021. $100 in 1837 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2,781.81 today, an increase of $2,681.81 over 184 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.82% per year between 1837 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,681.81%.. This means that today's prices are 27.82 times higher than average S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 1950 Stock market returns since 1950. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 1950, you would have about $212,624.72 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 212,524.72%, or 11.40% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 19,088.09% cumulatively, or 7.69% $2,500 IN 1735 → 2021 Value of $2,500 from 1735 to 2021 $2,500 in 1735 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $166,908.75 today, an increase of $164,408.75 over 286 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.48% per year between 1735 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,576.35%.. This means that today's prices are 66.76 times higher than average prices since 1735, according to the S&P 500 RETURNS SINCE 2012 Stock market returns since 2012. If you invested $100 in the S&P 500 at the beginning of 2012, you would have about $347.96 at the beginning of 2021, assuming you reinvested all dividends. This is a return on investment of 247.96%, or 14.86% per year.. This investment result beats inflation during this period for an inflation-adjusted return of about 199.15% cumulatively, or 12.95% per year. $120 IN 1710 → 2021 Value of $120 from 1710 to 2021 $120 in 1710 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $7,816.21 today, an increase of $7,696.21 over 311 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.35% per year between 1710 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 6,413.51%.. This means that today's prices are 65.14 times higher than average prices since 1710, according to the Bureau of $15,000,000 IN 1848 → 2021 Value of $15,000,000 from 1848 to 2021 $15,000,000 in 1848 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $507,064,556.96 today, an increase of $492,064,556.96 over 173 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.06% per year between 1848 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 3,280.43%.. This means that today's prices are 33.80 times higher than average prices since 1848 $330,000 IN 1810 → 2021 Value of $330,000 from 1810 to 2021 $330,000 in 1810 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $7,164,863.41 today, an increase of $6,834,863.41 over 211 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 1.47% per year between 1810 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 2,071.17%.. This means that today's prices are 21.71 times higher than average prices since 1810, according to ★ CPI Inflation Calculator### * U.S.

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INFLATION CALCULATOR### Amount

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Current Inflation Rate### 4.16%

Trailing 12-month CPI### Current CPI

### 267.054

Bureau of Labor Statistics Annual Inflation (2020)### 1.23%

Bureau of Labor Statistics USE OUR INFLATION CALCULATOR _Updated: May 12, 2021_ This inflation calculator uses official records published by the U.S. Department of Labor. Inflation has averaged 0.90% per year since 1635, causing an overall price difference of 3,117.52%. Use the form on this page to look up inflation for any year (2021 inflation is estimated based on latest monthly CPI data). -------------------------### ABOUT INFLATION

What is inflation? Inflation is a measure of how prices change over time. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (a part of the U.S. Department of Labor) selects a "basket of goods," which is a collection of many goods and services that are commonly used by consumers. Every month, the prices of these goods are measured and compared to previous prices. Use the inflation calculator form as a starting point for answering questions that you have about the historical inflation rate in the U.S. This calculator allows you to "correct for inflation". You can also learn about inflation for the UK , Canada , Australia , and Europe### .

Compared to last year's annual rate, the inflation rate in 2021 is now### 4.16%1

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If this number holds, $100 today would be equivalent to $104.16 next### year.

Go to the current inflation page for a more detailed, month-to-month view of official inflation rates, or test assumptions to predict future inflation . Inflation from 1635 to 2021 Cumulative price change### 3,117.52%

Average inflation rate### 0.90%

Price difference ($100 base)### $3,117.52

### CPI in 1635

### 8.3

### CPI in 2021

### 267.054

Note that CPI data prior to 1913 is estimated by Dr. Robert Sahr of Oregon State University. ------------------------- You may also be interested in inflation since 2000 or inflation since 1950 . ------------------------- INFLATION BY SPENDING CATEGORY Every item in the Consumer Price Index "basket of goods" is categorized into spending categories. There are 8 major categories (food, housing, apparel, transportation, medical care, recreation, education, and other), and over 200 subcategories. In the past year, the biggest mover is TRANSPORTATION , which changed by 5.92%. This is followed by OTHER GOODS AND SERVICES### (1.87%), FOOD AND

BEVERAGES (1.61%), and finally### HOUSING (1.46%).

Transportation has averaged 3.20% inflation since 1935. Other goods and services, Food and beverages, and Housing averaged 4.93%, 3.86%, and 4.14% respectively since they were first recorded.### In summary:

* TRANSPORTATION : 5.92% (avg. 3.20% between 1935 and 2021) * OTHER GOODS AND SERVICES : 1.87% (avg. 4.93% between### 1967 and 2021)

* FOOD AND BEVERAGES : 1.61% (avg. 3.86% between 1967 and 2021) * HOUSING : 1.46% (avg. 4.14% between 1967### and 2021)

Note that category changes will appear as "-100%" if data for this year has not yet been released. ------------------------- INFLATION BY CITY (1990-CURRENT) Inflation can vary widely by city, even within the United States. For obvious reasons we do not have inflation data going all the way back to the 1600s for these cities, but this excerpt showing inflation from 1990 to present day will give you an idea of how inflation varies by### location.

Click through to see more city details or run your own inflation calculation using the form at the top of the page. Here's how purchasing power in some major cities changed between 1990### and 2020:

* SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA### : 3.41% average

rate, $100 → $255.60, cumulative change of 155.60% * SEATTLE, WASHINGTON### : 3.33% average

rate, $100 → $258.44, cumulative change of 158.44%### * DENVER, COLORADO

### : 2.80% average

rate, $100 → $216.67, cumulative change of 116.67% * SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA### : 2.78%

average rate, $100 → $221.79, cumulative change of 121.79%### * ATLANTA, GEORGIA

### : 2.63% average

rate, $100 → $212.52, cumulative change of 112.52% * MIAMI-FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA### :

2.60% average rate, $100 → $210.49, cumulative change of 110.49%### * TAMPA, FLORIDA :

2.52% average rate, $100 → $200.77, cumulative change of 100.77% * BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS### : 2.45% average

rate, $100 → $202.00, cumulative change of 102.00% * NEW YORK : 2.42% average rate, $100 → $199.92, cumulative change of 99.92% * MINNEAPOLIS-ST PAUL, MINNESOTA### :

2.37% average rate, $100 → $192.89, cumulative change of 92.89%### * HOUSTON, TEXAS :

2.23% average rate, $100 → $189.62, cumulative change of 89.62% * DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS### : 2.22%

average rate, $100 → $188.82, cumulative change of 88.82% * PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA### : 2.19%

average rate, $100 → $187.52, cumulative change of 87.52%### * CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

### : 2.09% average

rate, $100 → $182.26, cumulative change of 82.26%### * DETROIT, MICHIGAN

### : 2.08% average

rate, $100 → $181.85, cumulative change of 81.85% * ST LOUIS, MISSOURI### : 2.04% average

rate, $100 → $179.57, cumulative change of 79.57% San Diego, California experienced the highest average inflation rate of all the cities, 3.41%, in the 29 years between 1990 and 2020. In other words, $100 in 1990 is equivalent to $255.60 in 2020 in San### Diego!

St. Louis, Missouri experienced the lowest inflation rate of 2.04% during the 29 years between 1990 and 2020. $100 in 1990 is equivalent to $179.57 in 2020 in St. Louis. ------------------------- INFLATION BY COUNTRY (1990-CURRENT) Inflation can also vary widely by country. For comparison, in the UK 100.00 in 1990 would be equivalent to £225.41 in 2020, an absolute change of £125.41 and a cumulative change of 125.41%. For more, see the UK inflation calculator . In Canada, CA$100.00 in 1990 would be equivalent to CA$166.96 in 2020, an absolute change of CA$66.96 and a cumulative change of 66.96%. This site also has a Canada inflation calculator . Compare the rates above to the US's overall absolute change of $95.98 and total percent change of 95.98%. We also track rates for other countries: * INFLATION IN EUROPE : how the Euro tracks across### 37 countries

* INFLATION IN AUSTRALIA : inflation down### under

* INFLATION IN VENEZUELA : a recent example of runaway hyperinflation ------------------------- THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX The result of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly "basket of goods" measurement is a single number known as the CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (CPI). This the weighted average of many changes in the price of### goods and services.

Inflation is quantified as a _rate_ because it is a measure of how the CPI changes over time. When you see an inflation rate, the number is based on change in CPI between two points in time. It's important to know which dates are being compared in order to understand the inflation rate. In most cases, inflation rates are 12-month trailing. This means, for example, that the inflation rate released in March 2021 is based on a comparison to the CPI in March 2020. If the inflation rate is annual, then it's based on the### year-over-year CPI.

Select one of the options below to explore the basket of goods , or view the U.S. CPI over time .### PURCHASING POWER

The concept of "purchasing power" is used to compare the value of a dollar between different years. The Consumer Price Index directly measures purchasing power by keeping track of how many dollars it takes to buy common goods and services. For example, if an apple costs $0.50 last year and $1.00 today, we can say that "the purchasing power of a dollar has decreased," because a dollar now buys you 1 apple instead of 2 (you can view actual inflation rates for apples and many other### items).

Inflation is linked to purchasing power. As inflation takes place, the purchasing power of the dollar _decreases_. If deflation takes place, the purchasing power of the dollar _increases_. ------------------------- INFLATION RATES OF SPECIFIC CATEGORIES Medical Care · Housing### Rent

### Food

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INFLATION-ADJUSTED MEASURES S&P 500 price · S&P### 500 earnings ·

### Shiller P/E

------------------------- EXAMPLE: CALCULATE THE INFLATION RATE FOR $100 SINCE 2000 This inflation calculator uses the following inflation rate formula: CPI in 2020CPI in 2000### ×

### 2000 USD value

### =

### 2020 USD value

Then plug in historical CPI values### .

The U.S. CPI was 172.2 in the year 2000 and 257.208 in 2020:### 257.208172.2

### ×

### $100

### =

### $149.37

$100 in 2000 has the same "purchasing power" or "buying power" as### $149.37 in 2020.

To get the total inflation rate for the 20 years between 2000 and 2020, we use the following formula: CPI in 2020 - CPI in 2000CPI in 2000### ×

### 100

### =

CUMULATIVE INFLATION RATE (20 YEARS) Plugging in the values to this equation, we get: 257.208 - 172.2172.2### ×

### 100

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### 49.37%

------------------------- DATA SOURCE & CITATION Raw data for these calculations comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Price Index (CPI), established in 1913. Inflation data from 1665 to 1912 is sourced from### a historical study

conducted by political science professor Robert Sahr at Oregon State### University.

You may use the following MLA citation for this page: “Inflation Calculator.” U.S. Official Inflation Data, Alioth Finance, 12 May. 2021, https://www.officialdata.org/. -------------------------### ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ian Webster is an engineer and data expert based in San Mateo, California. He has worked for Google, NASA, and consulted for governments around the world on data pipelines and data analysis. Disappointed by the lack of clear resources on the impacts of inflation on economic indicators, Ian believes this website serves as a valuable public tool. Ian earned his degree in Computer Science from### Dartmouth College.

Email · LinkedIn · Twitter ------------------------- Read more about inflation and investment .### Other resources:

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* Venezuela Inflation Inflation from 1635 to 2021 Cumulative price change### 3,117.52%

Average inflation rate### 0.90%

Converted amount ($100 base)### $3,217.52

Price difference ($100 base)### $3,117.52

### CPI in 1635

### 8.300

### CPI in 2021

### 267.054

### Inflation in 1635

### 0.00%

### Inflation in 2021

### 4.16%

### $100 in 1635

### $3,217.52 in 2021

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