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The paper argues that an elderly person's coresidence with children is an important aspect of the intergenerational transfers, generally overlooked in the literature, involving both financial and non-financial exchanges of services between elderly parents and coresident adult children. This allows us to determine the effects of financial and other contributions of the elderly and adult children on coresidency arrangements in rural India, using recent NSS data. Given that the determination of afatcat:7nrsbgozozd2rkcot3ztfxldzq