33%                          12%Intergenerational living                                                                  ...
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[ARCHIVE] Intergenerational Living Infographic From The Aviva Family Finances Report - August 2012

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Take a look at our latest infographic which highlights the findings from our Family Finances report on intergenerational living. Would you consider living with family as an adult?

http://www.aviva.com/media/news/item/uk-three-quarters-of-uk-population-live-with-family-beyond-age-18-16988/

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[ARCHIVE] Intergenerational Living Infographic From The Aviva Family Finances Report - August 2012

  1. 1. 33% 12%Intergenerational living of adults who live of families sharing a home with family are saving with otherAviva Family Finances Report August 2012 for a home of their own generations experience arguments about money73% of UK adults have lived with another generation of family beyond 18 Adults who live 13% of UK over-18s When leaving home for the first time, people 27% with their families typically move to save on average have lived have argued over others a house less than with another hogging the bathroom £225 per month generation of family on three or more separate four miles away occasions 24% of adult lodgers 8% of adult spend more than lodgers live with But host families say they family for are typically worse off by more than £107 per month 10 5 years years 49% of UK families would living with family consider living with another generation in the futureTo find out more visit www.aviva.com/research-and-discussion 106001059 08/2012 © Aviva plc
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