basis came in lower than the 2.7-percent adjusted
Figure 1 shows that there have been significant fluctuations in total gross receipts from year to year; however, there has been no long-term trend in inflation-adjusted
(11) These inflation-adjusted
limits for 1992 are $124,690 and $62,345.
Caption: Per Capita Income 2007-2013 (Inflation-adjusted
to 2013 dollars)
In just-released research, EBRI says that assuming current Social Security benefits are not reduced, 83% to 86% of workers with more than 30 years of eligibility in a voluntary enrollment 401(k) plan are simulated to have sufficient 401(k) accumulations that, combined with Social Security retirement benefits, will be able to replace at least 60% of their wages and salary at age 64 on an inflation-adjusted
Domestic box-office receipts is still relatively far from beating 1939's "Gone With the Wind" as the inflation-adjusted
box office champion.
Total health care expenses for Americans aged 45-64 doubled between 1996 and 2006, from an inflation-adjusted
$187 billion to $370 billion, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Average Japanese monthly household spending rose an inflation-adjusted
0.3 percent in May from a year earlier to 285,530 yen, up for the first time since January 2008, the government said Tuesday.
While overall restaurant industry sales will increase in current dollars by 2.5% over 2008 figures, the numbers translate to an inflation-adjusted
decline of 1%.
The researchers have based their mid-range projections on the assumption that median, inflation-adjusted
house prices will be 10% lower in 2009 than they were in March 2008.
"Printing profits for the last four quarters, Q3-2006 to Q2-2007, were $5.15 billion on an inflation-adjusted
basis," said Dr.
Between 1997 and 2005, Medicare's inflation-adjusted
payment rates for services actually declined slightly, but per-beneficiary spending jumped by more than 34%, the CBO study found, with volume and intensity of services growing by about 4% per year.