Prices are on the rise everywhere, and you’ve probably felt inflation’s influence in the grocery store, on your utility bills, and at the gas pump. Prices for just about everything from food to fuel have increased by an average 8.5% in the last year, and prices for some industries have climbed higher than others. For instance, moving costs jumped by nearly 12% this year.
To find out where inflation is affecting consumers the most, we compared the prices for typical goods and services in 2022 to those in 2021. Keep reading to learn where inflation is costing you the most, and we’ll even throw in some tips for saving money while we all wait for prices to return to normal.