However, in many cases, not charging grown kids rent may be the better decision.
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These parents often don’t charge their kids as much as they would pay in rent if they lived on their own, but they do make them pay something.
My own mom was like this when I moved in for two years between undergraduate and graduate school, and I didn’t mind paying the 0 in rent she charged because I knew her money was tight, and I knew I couldn’t live somewhere else that cheaply.
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