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    if you want to figure what your past earnings would be in todays dollars you can use this table from social security.

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    here is the file

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    • #3
      lets try again

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        need help?
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          the attachment will not attach for some reason.  It is a pdf from my social security.com  It is entitled  Your retirement benefit: how it is calculated.  It is a table of Factors that you multiply your earnings by to see what it would be in todays dollars. Anyway I was surprised to find that I was making $960k in 1995.  Residency salaries when adjusted for inflation are exactly the same.  For those of you afraid to open your own practice I went from making $250k to >$800k in inflation adjusted terms in the year I did it.

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            Sorry i thought I posted that post but it was typed but not posted

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            • #7
              Handy calculator.

               

              https://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm

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