Households’ lightening debt load : Data on the financial burden of U.S. households

There are many types of debt, including household debt, and many specific types of household debt as well. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System collects a wide and well-organized array of data on debt. These data, especially in graph form, can help us better understand the financial burdens of U.S. households.
This FRED graph shows the percentage of disposable (i.e., after-tax) income that households dedicate to servicing specific types of debt. The graph has four lines. Let’s start at the bottom: The green line shows mortgage debt, and the red line shows consumer debt (credit card, auto, and personal loans). The blue line is the sum of the red and green lines. And the purple line adds to the blue line some other financial commitments, such as rent, auto leases, homeowners’ insurance, and property taxes.
What can we learn from this FRED graph?
The two top lines are almost always

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