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Recent increases in flight costs reflect broad inflation and higher gas prices.
The Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that about 150 corporations would be subject to a new minimum corporate tax each year.
Changing the amount of money there is in the economy is one of the main ways the Federal Reserve tries to control inflation.
Food assistance benefits are adjusted for inflation on an annual basis, but the rapid rise of inflation puts pressure on recipients.
Energy and transportation goods and services increased the most in price compared with a year ago, but they have a limited effect on the Consumer Price Index.
A dollar’s purchasing power decreases over time, but the Federal Reserve has ways of addressing this.
The price of branded cardiovascular drugs is 13 times higher than in 2000.