The oldest millennials are now pushing 40, and they still sometimes need their parents to bail them out in this financially broken world.

According to a new study, almost half of millennials say their parents still help them out financially on a monthly basis.

Almost 18% say their parents pay for their cell phone, 10% groceries, 6.5% rent, 6% health insurance, and 6% gas.

So what's the biggest thing that's keeping them from being financially independent?

Nearly 40% blame their low salary, 25% say it's their rent or mortgage payment, another 25% blame student loans, 9% say it's the cost of raising kids, and 2% say it's the cost of taking care of their aging parents.

Read more at Money Under 30.