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Putting bread on the table is easier for some Americans than others. 

More than three quarters of U.S. adults (78%) have little to no room to stretch their budget to cope with with rising inflation, according to a recent Forbes Advisor survey of 2,000 people. The reason? Most of their income is being spent on food and housing.

To make matters…

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