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US Money Reserve Offers Advice on Outpacing Inflation

Inflation. It often seems like some sort of financial term that only investors and banking magnates would ever need to worry about. However, inflation is a lot more important than many would think and has a far greater effect on the average person than most realize. It’s one of the most important measures of economic strength and stability, and currently sitting at 2.1 percent, it has a few market-watchers worried. Is there a reason to worry though? The U.S. Money Reserve takes a hard look at the facts and presents us with a breakdown of how the inflation rate can affect the average consumer’s spending, and what the current rate could mean.     What is Inflation, and How Does it Affect the Economy? The inflation rate is, put quite simply, the average rate at which the prices of everyday goods and services increase or decrease. An inflation rate higher…