When it comes to Americans’ finances, there’s good news andthere’s bad news.

According to the recently released “Report on the EconomicWell-Being of U.S. Households in 2015” from the Board of Governorsof the Federal Reserve System, on the good news side, thepercentage of adults reporting that they’re either “livingcomfortably” or “doing okay” has risen slightly compared to 2014and 2013, with 69 percent now reporting “mild improvements.” In2014, that percentage was 65 percent, and in 2013 it was 62percent.

However, 31 percent say they’re either “struggling to get by” or “justgetting by.” That amounts to approximately 76 million adults.

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