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Ask Amy: Economic Stimulus From Mom And Dad

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Ask Amy: Economic Stimulus From Mom And Dad

Ask Amy: Economic Stimulus From Mom And Dad

Ask Amy: Economic Stimulus From Mom And Dad

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Parents sign on to nurture their children, to feed and clothe them, to give them warm safe places to sleep. And many have taken that duty even further, and provided their adult kids with infusions of cash.

Has the recession changed how you support your grown-up kids? Chicago Tribune advice columnist Amy Dickinson's been getting questions about how parents can tell their kids the money train's gone off the tracks.