Inflation, the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services rises, can steadily erode the purchasing power of your income. That is why one should consider investing a portion of one’s savings at a rate higher than the inflation rate to recover the loss of purchasing power.
This means that over time a rupee will be able to buy a lesser amount of goods and services. If the inflation rate is 5%, then Rs. 100 worth of goods will cost Rs. 105 after a year. The following table indicates how the value of Rs 1,00,000 will change over time at different levels of inflation.
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