By Michael Gagne October 27, 2016
According to its new ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) report, 38 percent of Connecticut households are in financial hardship. That figure includes those households where the total income falls below the federal poverty line and the demographic that the United Way refers to as ALICE. While incomes in those households are above the federal poverty line, it’s still a struggle for those households to make ends meet, as their budgets fall below the state’s basic cost-of-living threshold.
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