A new Amerprise study finds that far too many baby boomers are sacrificing their retirement goals and plans to help ease some of the short-term economic pain facing their children and their own parents.
The company’s recently released Money Across Generations II study titled “Family First” concludes that boomers are literally caught in middle age, providing financial support to their elderly parents and to their grown children.
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