A Guide to Managing a Multigenerational Home

A multigenerational household is a home where more than two adult generations live together. Multigenerational homes have been steadily rising in the United States, with more than 1 in 4 Americans currently living in a household with three or more generations.

A recent Generations United’s study also found that 57% of Americans living in a multigenerational household started or continued to live in their households because of the pandemic. Financial planning can help families set boundaries, reduce emotional strain, and live together successfully.

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