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Don’t Let Your Adult Children Ruin Your Retirement

A recent Merrill Lynch retirement study found that parents who are in retirement give their adult children $6,800 a year on average so they can live more comfortably. While it may feel as though this is part of your duty as parent, prioritizing your adult child’s need over your own could hurt later in retirement. Skip Johnson joins FOX9 with 5 tips to help your adult children become financially independent so you can stay on track with your retirement plan.

 

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