Seniors share living space for financial and emotional reasons

Joyce Kane lives with two women who pay rent, don’t smoke and like her cats.

Kane, a 64-year-old divorcee, has been sharing her central New Jersey home with strangers for 10 years and depends on them for both income and company.

She is one of a growing number of seniors across the United States who live with paying guests in their homes and find that the lodgers are not only an economic lifeline but also an emotional anchor.

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