In Sync on Finances: Not Parents and Adult Kids

No one wants to be a burden on their kids in retirement. But how parents and their adult children view some of the more pressing issues that aging brings – such as caring for sick elders or helping them financially during their retirement years – seems to be in conflict. Fidelity Investments asked 975 parents age 55 and older, and their adult children age 30 and up, whether the two generations talked in-depth about issues related to health and money …