According to a new survey by TD Ameritrade, millennials expect their parents to help them financially until their 30s.
It was a different story when it came to the responses from parents though. According to the parents that took the survey, they consider it embarrassing for their children to to expect past the age of 27.
Reports say a lot of millennials have a hard time budgeting and saving because of student loan debt.
Is there an age that you have/plan to cutoff your children?