With record high inflation, Americans are struggling to keep up given the higher costs of just about everything from gas to groceries. That means this year, Thanksgiving might be trimmed when comes to the usual big family meal and celebration.
According to a study by Personal Capital, an online wealth management company,
one in four Americans say they’re skipping Thanksgiving because they can’t afford the holiday meal this year.
One in three say they’re a hosting a smaller dinner due to higher food prices.
And a whopping 88 percent are cutting at least one dish from their table to make ends meet.
“Definitely have to have the green bean casserole and Brussels sprouts, and probably three or four desserts, but I’m not buying them I’m going to make them from scratch because I think I can do it cheaper.”