I just read that 53% of adults aged 21-37 still receive financial assistance from their parents. Do you give your grown children financial help?

They even had it broke down into groups -

41% helped with their kid's cell phone bills.

32% helped with food & gas

40% for housing

32 % for medical care.
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Phones and cars.
hah   Oh yeah, they are always "borrowing" money.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
I was receiving financial assistance from the parents periodically until I was 42.
My family all help each other out when we need it. I give money to my mom, to my sisters, they give money to me or we help out in other ways. But we are also all very independant and my mom raised me to be that way. She wanted to give me money a couple of months ago, but I just tightened my spending and made it work.