aimz-- It depends on your goals and your calorie levels.
Many of us think of these macronutrients in terms of percentages. The general recommendation is that we shouldn't get more than 30% of our calories from fat for instance (and perhaps lower).
60 grams of fat x 9 calories/gram = 540 calories. I don't know your percent unless I know how many calories you're eating. If you eat 2000/day, then that's 27% from fat, and may be fine on your plan, but if you're eating 1500/day, then that's 36% and high for some plans (though you might be on different plans).
Protein and carbs are each 4 calories/gram, but you could do a similar analysis there.
But again, it depends on the goal of your eating plan. Some people who weight lift may eat more than 30% of their calories from protein to help build muscle mass, others may eat 20% or less...
My 5 C's of healthy living: Commitment to conscious control, with the understanding that choices have consequences