By Ruiqi Chen, Editor at LinkedIn News —  More and more parents are dipping into their nest eggs to support their adult children, and it could risk their retirements, Bloomberg reports. Roughly half of America’s young adults live with their parents, according to Harris Poll — a trend exacerbated by the pandemic, inflation and an uncertain entry-level job market. Parents now spend roughly $500 billion annually on things like rent, bills and allowances for their grownup kids, or double what they’re saving for retirement. Yet, according to one financial advisor, investing in adult children now in return for their help later on could be an alternative, if risky, retirement plan. Grandparents are also shelling out financial help — around 94% offer their grandchildren at least some monetary support