Adulthood can cost a lot. And many U.S. adults still depend on their parents.
- According to a recent survey from Savings.com, half of U.S. parents are still financially supporting their adult children.
- The top categories where assistance has been needed are groceries, rent and mortgage, cell phones, car payments, tuition, health insurance, and vacations.
- The survey consisted of 977 parents who have children ages 18 and up.
- If you are a parent, do you still help out your adult children? Should parents still financially support their grown children?
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