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How clients can stay on track with a boomerang kid Parents can accept a returning adult child into their house without hurting their retirement prospects by engaging their child in a discussion on financial responsibility early on, according to this article on USA Today. They also need to be honest to their child about their own financial goals, particularly their retirement plan, and to help him or her financially but with a guarantee that the child will pay them back. Support should be limited only to necessary expenses and parents and their child should agree on how long he or she will stay with them.  --USA Today

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