Money value 'falls 67% in 30 years'


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The value of money has plummeted by two thirds (67%) over the last 30 years as the cost of everyday goods has rocketed, research has found.

A three-fold increase in retail prices means that someone would need £299 today to have the equivalent purchasing power of £100 back in 1982, the year in which the Duke of Cambridge was born and Culture Club and Bucks Fizz had number one singles.%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%