# Value of 2007 Canadian Dollar today

\$100 in 2007

\$122.1 today

The inflation rate in Canada between 2007 and today has been 22.1%, which translates into a total increase of \$22.1. This means that 100 dollars in 2007 are equivalent to 122.1 dollars in 2019. In other words, the purchasing power of \$100 in 2007 equals \$122.1 today. The average annual inflation rate has been 1.55%.

## Inflation timeline in Canada (2007-2020)

The following chart depicts the equivalence of \$100 throughout the years due to inflation and CPI changes. All values are equivalent in terms of purchasing power, which means that for each year the same goods or services could be bought with the indicated amount of money.

All calculations are performed in the local currency (CAD) and using 6 decimal digits. Results show only up to 2 decimal digits to favour readability. Inflation data is provided by governments and international institutions on a monthly basis. Today's values were obtained by estimating figures from recent trends.

The following table contains relevant indicators:

Indicator Value
Total Inflation (2007-2019) 21.94%
Total Inflation* 22.1%
Annual inflation avg. (2007-2019) 1.67%
Annual inflation avg.* 1.55%
CPI 2007 86.44
CPI 2019 105.4
CPI today* 105.54
\$1 in 2007 \$1.22 in 2019

* Values extrapolated from the last official data to obtain today's values.

## How to calculate today's value of money after inflation?

There are several ways to calculate the time value of money. Depending on the data available, results can be obtained by using the compound interest formula or the Consumer Price Index (CPI) formula.

#### Using the compound interest formula

Given that money changes with time as a result of an inflation rate that acts as a compound interest, the following formula can be used: FV = PV (1 + i)n, where:

• FV: Future Value
• PV: Present Value
• i: Interest rate (inflation)
• n: Number of times the interest is compounded (i.e. # of years)

In this case, the future value represents the final amount obtained after applying the inflation rate to our initial value. In other words, it indicates how much are \$100 worth today. There are 12 years between 2007 and 2019 and the average inflation rate has been 1.5477%. Therefore, we can resolve the formula like this:

FV = PV (1 + i)n = \$100 * (1 + 0.02)12 = \$121.94

#### Using the CPI formula

When the CPI for both start and end years is known, the following formula can be used:

Final value = Initial value *
CPI final/CPI initial

In this case, the CPI in 2007 was 86.44 and the CPI today is 105.54. Therefore,

Final value = Initial value *
CPI final/CPI initial
= \$100 *
105.4/86.44
= \$121.94

### Canada inflation - Conversion table

Initial Value Equivalent value
\$1 dollar in 2007 \$1.22 dollars today
\$5 dollars in 2007 \$6.1 dollars today
\$10 dollars in 2007 \$12.21 dollars today
\$50 dollars in 2007 \$61.05 dollars today
\$100 dollars in 2007 \$122.1 dollars today
\$500 dollars in 2007 \$610.5 dollars today
\$1,000 dollars in 2007 \$1,220.99 dollars today
\$5,000 dollars in 2007 \$6,104.97 dollars today
\$10,000 dollars in 2007 \$12,209.94 dollars today
\$50,000 dollars in 2007 \$61,049.72 dollars today
\$100,000 dollars in 2007 \$122,099.44 dollars today
\$500,000 dollars in 2007 \$610,497.19 dollars today
\$1,000,000 dollars in 2007 \$1,220,994.38 dollars today

Period Value
2007 100
2008 102.38
2009 103.56
2010 104.94
2011 107.4
2012 109.87
2013 110.79
2014 112.16
2015 113.8
2016 115.63
2017 117.37
2018 119.56
2019 121.94
Today 122.1