If you’re struggling to pay bills, you are not alone. More than half of U.S adults say they live paycheck to paycheck. A new report from LendingClub puts that number at 61-percent. It suggests that lower-income workers have been hit the hardest by price increases, because food and other staples account for a bigger share of their household budgets. Among consumers earning less than 50-thousand dollars annually, roughly three-quarters were living paycheck to paycheck in June. This comes despite recent signs that inflation appears to be cooling.