• 44%: Percentage of people in the United States who are worried about intergenerational finances.
  • 28%: Percentage of Americans who are caring for children and parents or elderly relatives at the same time.
  • 47%: Percentage of U.S. families who made lifestyle changes to accommodate for multi-generational caregiving responsibilities.
  • 35%: Percentage of U.S. multi-generational caregivers who are concerned about meeting day-to-day expenses.
  • 28%: Percentage of families who put off saving for retirement and other major financial goals to meet caregiving responsibilities.

Source: The Hartford