According to Bureau of Labour Statistics data, the number of people employed in the top ten highest paying job categories fell four per cent from 2001 to 2013 while their pay rose 28 per cent on an inflation-adjusted
Pfau has constructed several inflation-adjusted
retirement income comparatives illustrating varying percentages in stocks and bonds; differing percentages of stocks with a variable annuity invested 70 percent in stocks and 30 percent in bonds (with a guaranteed lifetime withdrawal benefit, or GLWB); and a differing percentage in stocks and a regular SPIA.
It is possible that average RN wages--both nominal and inflation-adjusted
--will appear to decline as the mix of RN vintages changes to a new, younger equilibrium.
A Treasury Inflation-Protection Security also provides for an additional payment at maturity if the security's inflation-adjusted
principal amount for the maturity date is less than the security's principal amount at issuance.
The expenditure category for inflation-adjusted
investment in equipment and software is likely to decrease by 18% in 2009, preceding 8.
The median Generation X household could arrive at 2009 with about $31,000 in net worth in 2008 dollars, down from an inflation-adjusted
median of $57,000 in 1989 and $72,000 in 2004, the researchers write.
Bank of Japan statisticians say the real inflation-adjusted
value of the yen is precisely where it was back in September 1985, on the eve of the Plaza Accord.
Since 2001, when the COP took over the executive branch along with Congress, inflation-adjusted
federal outlays have increased a whopping 45 percent.
Now, the base housing cost is 16% (computed daily) of the maximum foreign earned income exclusion (the $80,000 inflation-adjusted
amount previously discussed), multiplied by the number of days the taxpayer meets the bona fide residence or presence test.
These sound positive but are actually about level with last year in inflation-adjusted
terms, given the 15% jump in producer prices for highway and street materials and the 8% rise in costs for nonresidential building materials.
Surgical specialists also saw a significant decrease in inflation-adjusted
earnings, with an 8.
In 2002, fires started by fireworks caused $26 million in direct property damage to structures, and fireworks-related fires have caused roughly $20 million in property loss to structures per year in inflation-adjusted
dollars in the past decade, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
High levels of longer-term, fixed-rate debt became advantageous; where assets and liabilities were located also became a consideration; and measuring performance on an inflation-adjusted
basis became important.
34 trillion in gasoline tax revenues, in inflation-adjusted
totals--which is more than twice as much as the profits in the oil industry.
The bill came in response to the state Supreme Court's July decision that struck down the state's 10-year-old inflation-adjusted
cap on noneconomic damages in certain medical malpractice cases on the grounds that the caps violated the equal protection guarantees in the state constitution.