Ask the Readers: Do You Live in a Multi-Generational Household?

By Ashley Jacobs on 4 July 2017 0 comments

Editor's Note: Congratulations to Angie, Rodora, and Robin for winning this week's contest!

Multigenerational households — where more than two generations live under the same roof — have become increasingly common in recent years. For many families, it just makes financial sense: household costs can be shared with more people, grandparents can help care for young children or, on the flip side, adult children can help care for elderly parents.

Do you live in a multigenerational household — or have you ever? What benefits have you enjoyed while living with multiple generations of family? What are some of the challenges you have faced, and what advice would you give to someone considering moving into a multigenerational household?

Tell us if you live in a multigenerational household and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

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