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Baby Boomers could end up $227,000 richer if they stop bankrolling their adult children

Parents who pay for their adult children might be hurting their retirement. Paying for their children's expenses could cost parents up to $227,000 in retirement savings, according to a NerdWallet analysis. Parents need to figure out if they can afford to pay for their adult children. If not, they should ask their kids to start pitching in.   Parents sometimes pay for their adult children's expenses — and it could be hurting their retirement.
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