### Your Results in Table Format

Current data is only available till 2021. In 2021, the relative worth of price $89.00 from 1990 is: |

$185.00 using the Consumer Price Index |

$166.00 using the GDP deflator |

Current data is only available till 2021. In 2021, the relative worth of amount consumers spend $89.00 from 1990 is: |

$210.00 using the Value of Consumer Bundle |

Current data is only available till 2021. In 2021, the relative worth of wage or income $89.00 from 1990 is: |

$214.00 using the unskilled wage |

$206.00 using the Production Worker Compensation |

$258.00 using the nominal GDP per capita |

Current data is only available till 2021. In 2021, the relative worth of output $89.00 from 1990 is: |

$343.00 using the relative share of GDP |

For the definitions of these indexes go to The Seven Indexes Used

We present here specific "Definitions of Relative Worth" for the combinations of each of the seven indexes applied to each of the three types of items.

Item Measure |
Commodity |
Income or Wealth |
Project |
---|---|---|---|

Price Index |
real price$185.00 |
real wage or real wealth$185.00 |
real cost $166.00 |

Income |
labor value$214.00 or $206.00 income value$258.00 |
relative labor earnings$214.00 or $206.00 relative income$258.00 |
labor cost$214.00 or $206.00 |

Household Expenditures |
real value in consumption$210.00 |
household purchasing power$210.00 |
household cost$210.00 |

Output |
economic share$343.00 |
relative output$343.00 |
relative cost$258.00 economy cost$343.00 |

For more on the definitions go to Definitions of Relative Worth.

For additional assistance, check out the Tutorials, see Choosing the Best Measure of Relative Worth or the essay Measures of Worth.

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#### Citation

Samuel H. Williamson, "Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount, 1790 to present," MeasuringWorth, April
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