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Expenses Parents Shouldn't Cover for Their Adult Children

Parenting doesn’t come with an expiration date. Even when kids become adults, it’s natural to want to help. But sometimes, stepping back and letting them navigate their finances is your best support. While every family is different, there are certain things parents might want to reconsider paying for once their kids reach adulthood, even if they have the means to do so. Let’s be clear: this isn’t about cutting off your adult children or being ungenerous. It’s about setting boundaries.

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