by Rick Munster
Debt Reduction Services, Inc.
By now, you’ve probably noticed that inflation is all over the news, television, social media, and the internet. If you’ve recently purchased just about anything, you’ve surely noticed the effect of prices rising drastically. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, following a 7.9% increase from February 2021 to February 2022, the Consumer Price Index gained 8.5% for the year ended March 2022. The Inflation of 8.5% in March was the greatest in 12 months since December 1981.
Inflation is most commonly caused by a supply or demand imbalance. As the world continues to encounter activities that produce supply or demand imbalances, inflation will continue. While consumers have no control over the pricing of the goods they want and need, here are inflation tips to help you reduce costs, save money, and meet your financial obligation to withstand the greater inflation period. [Read more…] about Tips on Handling High Inflation