## Saturday, February 9, 2013

### Convert Dollars From One Year to  Equivalent Dollars in Another Year Calculate Inflation Rates Between Two Years

This calculator is especially useful for converting salaries and asset values.

The brown/tan cells are input fields. For example, enter the start and end years and immediately see the inflation rate between the two years. Enter a price and convert between the start year price and end year price (e.g., from 1900 to 2011 dollars -- or vice versa). Note: may not work in Chrome?

Please leave your comments in the comment section at the bottom of the post to let me know whether it worked on your system. Please include hardware, operating system and browser if possible.

Thanks for your help! With your help, I hope to fix any remaining problems.

### Related Posts

What Will \$1 be Worth in the Future? (calculator) Like this calculator but converts from now to future.
The Observations Inflation Calculator/Spreadsheet  The original post -- includes descriptions of all of the fields, plus some additional capabilities beyond those in the calculator.
What Would \$10,000 in 19xx be Equivalent to Today?  The graph version. Very handy for looking at the big picture, and for a fuller discussion.
The Decrease in Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar Since 1900 graph comparing 1900 dollars to now. Again, handy for seeing the big picture, and a discussion.
What Will \$10,000 be Worth in 10-20 Years? The flipside. The impact of inflation going forward.
How Much Will Your Bond/CD be Worth in N Years? (calculator) Similar to this calculator.
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Data Sources
Pre-1913: Robert Shiller "Irrational Exuberance" data
1913 forward: Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers: All Items (CPI-U) from the U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Appendix: (below is just an image, not a calculator)

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1. It worked on my HP laptop with Windows 7 and Internet explorer 9.

2. It did not work on my Dell desktop with Vista and Chrome. No image at all.

3. On my Droid Razr I could see the image, but could not enter data until I switched from the mobile version to the web version of the site.

1. Now it seems to work in mobile mode as well as web mode.

4. Works fine on my Dell laptop running with Windows 7

1. Thanks. I'm told it also works on Mac/Safari. My biggest concern now is those who use Chrome as their browser (about 25% or my traffic).

5. This works perfectly on my Mac running Firefox.

6. Yes it worked for me - thank you - using IE9 Windows 7 on a desk top PC

7. Works.
Windows 10, Enterprise.
Opera.

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