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Carrick on money: Helicopter parents, meet boomerang kids Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Helicopter parents, meet boomerang kids

Here are three views on parents, their young adult kids and money. The first offers some talking points for an inter-generational chat about money.

The second talks about the financial sacrifices that parents are making to help their kids afford the cost of college or university.

And the third suggests parents don’t always know what they’re talking about when they advise their kids about money.

Rich, but cheap

A gallery of frugal billionaires.

Did my ETF short-change me?

A look at why monthly cash payouts from exchange-traded funds fluctuate over time, even while the dividends and bond interest from the underlying stocks are stable.

More money

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