Trying to save a little money on housing? Have parents or kids that can't afford to be on their own? Join the club. The Census Bureau reported that over 3.6 million parents lived with their adult children in 2007, up 67% from 2000. There are a lot of benefits to inter-generational living: shared housing costs, dividing the chores, and extra help watching the kids. There can be some strain though, so keeping the lines of communication and understanding open is crucial. Does this sound like your living situation? Tell us about your living experience in the comments.
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