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If you keep cash in a stan­dard debit ac­count, in­fla­tion is slowly drain­ing your sav­ings. As this chart shows, the buy­ing power of the U.S. dol­lar has de­clined dra­mat­i­cally over the past two decades. A $100 bill stashed in no-in­ter­est sav­ings in 1997 is now worth only $65 when ad­justed for in­fla­tion, while $100 in gold has in­creased to $303 – a pow­er­ful rea­son to use gold for your ev­ery­day spend­ing needs.

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