We provide an inflation calculator that uses the CPI (Consumer Price Index) rates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The All-Items CPI, used by the calculator to calculate inflation rates in the United States, is updated as soon as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) releases its monthly CPI data.
About The Team
Mark Spitz, CEO of CPI Inflation Calculator. Mark Spitz is a fintech entrepreneur that has been involved in several ventures and startups over the past three decades. He is currently the CEO of CPI Inflation Calculator, a free inflation rate calculator powered by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics’ monthly Consumer Price Index updates.
Sarah Bauder, author. Sarah has been writing on the topics of politics, history and finance for over a decade. She is currently an editor at CPI Inflation Calculator, covering the topics of CPI, inflation, US economy and economic commentary.
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David Wesley, author. David is an American published author and veteran writer on the topics of economics, international relations, inflation, politics and other topics. He is the head editor at CPI Inflation Calculator and covers all topics related to inflation and the economy weekly.
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Andrew McCarthy, author. Andrew McCarthy is an expert in all things inflation. He has a Bachelors in Economics and has been working in the finance industry for over two decades.
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Ryan Barnes, author. Ryan is a financial analyst & forecaster. He has 20 years of experience in asset modeling, investment analysis/general derived demand, portfolio management, and macroeconomic analysis. To that end, he has worked extensively with equities, fixed income, commodities, private equity, currencies, and derivative products. His commentary and educational library appear on Investopedia.com, and analysis has appeared in Barron’s, WSJ.com, TheStreet.com, and Forbes.com. Ryan is also a market analyst and writer at Seeking Alpha.
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Emily Cross Leon, author. Emily is a Canadian financial blogger with multiple degrees in economics and extensive professional experience as a financial analyst. She was formerly a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Guelph’s School of Agricultural Economics. Before that, she received an MA from the University of San Francisco in International Development Economics. She also has a BA in Math with a minor in Economics.
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