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Helping Aging Parents Financially: Is There Any Way to Lighten the Burden?

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Dear Carrie, My parents are in their 70s and sometimes need my help to pay medical, as well as other bills. This is starting to mount up. I can't claim them as dependents, but is there anything else I can do to help soften the financial blow? --A Reader

Dear Reader, People are living longer. That's the good news. But the downside is that more people are running the risk of outliving their money -- and the younger generation is being asked to step in to fill the financial gaps. A recent nationwide Pew Research Center survey found...