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While millennials might be all grown up, a lot of them are still getting help from home. Buzz60’s Natasha Abellard has the story. Buzz60

 

Most millennials define adulthood as being on their own financially, but the majority still depend on Mom and Dad for money, even in into 30s, according to a new Merrill Lynch/Age Wave survey given exclusively to USA TODAY.

Seven in 10 adults ages 18 to 34 received financial support from their parents in the last year, including more than half of those in their early 30s. Almost three in five millennials said they couldn’t afford their lifestyles without the support.

Despite that reliance, three-quarters say that financial