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Your MoneyBank of Mum and Dad will lend, but with strings attachedYour MoneyNearly half of over-55s who plan to help out adult children want to ensure the money is not squandered and that grandchildren benefit from any handouts. And they are tightening up their lending terms as a result, according to Key. The equity release ...and more »12-10-2018

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Bank of Mum and Dad will lend, but with strings attached
Your Money
Nearly half of over-55s who plan to help out adult children want to ensure the money is not squandered and that grandchildren benefit from any handouts. And they are tightening up their lending terms as a result, according to Key. The equity release ...

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