How to protect your retirement when your senior parent needs financial help
from USA Today
Like many young adults, Jen Holmes of Chicago sometimes looked to her mom for financial help. However, the roles reversed a couple of years ago when the 34-year-old public relations executive’s income increased and her 70-year-old mom retired. “It transitioned from me asking to borrow money to her asking to borrow money,” Holmes says.
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