### Calculate the** rate of
price inflation** between two dates using
one of our inflation rate calculators.

The Cumulative Inflation Calculator calculates total inflation in percent between exact months and years since 1913. Some calculators do not request a month and instead use an average for the year which would produce similar results to choosing June or July as your month but this would not include inflation for the last half of the year. Although this is fine for long periods of time, for short time periods the result would be much less accurate. Our inflation calculator uses months and years and (unlike most on the web) not only gives the inflation adjusted price but also the total cumulative inflation (see red text in the example below).

### But we have several other inflation calculators to choose from.

1) If you want to calculate U.S. inflation from 1774 through future estimates up through 2024 you can use our fun "Steampunk" Calculator. Unfortunately, due to the limitations of the data from years prior to 1913 monthly data isn't available.

2) If you know the inflation rate and would like to know how much something would cost after increasing in price by that amount of inflation use our "How much it would cost after Inflation Calculator"

3) Is your salary keeping up with inflation?
What you need next year just to keep up.
Use our **
Salary Inflation Calculator.**

4) To compare the **cost of living in
two cities** use
this Cost of Living calculator.
Financial managers say this is a great
tool when you are trying to decide on a
big move and need to budget properly.

5) If you are interested in the Current Inflation Rate or the Historical Inflation Rate we have tables and charts for them as well.

6) If you are simply interested in the difference in how much something cost in a previous year and how much it would cost now (or at any other point since 1913) you can use this basic inflation calculator from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

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