Andrew Caramico - Northwestern Mutual

Andrew Caramico - Northwestern Mutual

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How These Special-Needs Parents Make It Work

Their plan gives them peace of mind. A sound financial plan is making a more secure future for their son.

Are You Irrational With Money? Here’s Why

You can overcome your own strange tendencies. Even rational thinkers make counterintuitive decisions with their cash.

Need a Better Work-Life Balance? This Will Help

It feels harder now than ever. A few small changes can go a long way toward inner peace.


Here's How to Enlist Sibling Help When Caring for a Parent

It's a tough topic for brothers and sisters. No matter where you live, work together and keep your relationship intact.

Downsizing for Retirement? Consider a Tiny House

You've heard of the tiny house craze. Now hear why shrinking your living space could be the key to a successful retirement. For some retirees, good living comes in a very, very small package.

What to Do When Your Parent Is Too Old to Drive

The sooner you have the talk, the better. Giving up driving is like giving up freedom. It’s not going to be an easy conversation.


The Home Renovations That Add the Most Value

Put down the shiplap. Before you remodel, consider changes that may make your money back.

Those early-morning wakeups and long work days can sting when your spouse is enjoying a life of leisure.

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How Much Does it Cost to Raise a Child?

It’s expensive to feed a teenager. It’s not cheap, but as any parent can tell you, the rewards are priceless.


Here’s What to Know Before You Sell Your Home

Don’t just stick a “for sale” sign in the front yard. Make sure you get as much as you can when you sell your home.

What Is an Emergency Fund?

No, a last-minute Bahamas trip doesn’t count as an emergency. It’s smart to have cash set aside for when disaster strikes.


How to Ask for a Raise

Let them know what you think you’re worth. This conversation is a crucial part of your career growth.

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How Much Does an Engagement Ring Cost?

Don’t go into debt for a diamond. Should an engagement ring cost the equivalent of two months’ salary? Forget that old adage and find out what you should really spend.

7 Meal-Planning Tips to Help You Save

Are you meal-planning yet? Here's why you need to get on this budget-boosting bandwagon, ASAP. From prepping to shopping, make the most of your meals – and money.

Microvolunteering 101: How to Change the World From Your Couch

“You can sit on your couch in New Jersey and volunteer for an organization in New Guinea.” The bite-sized benevolence trend is designed to let people do good in no time.



No More 9 to 5: How Women Are Finding Flexible Work

It isn’t the only way to make a living. More companies are coming up with creative solutions to an age-old issue.

Here’s How to Save for College

Starting early can make all the difference. Worried about how you’ll foot the future tuition bill for your children? These 4 steps can help.

Just Turned 50? It's Time for These Senior Discounts

You may not feel like a senior at 50, but these discounts will make you glad you are. At 50, seniors can start living the good life — for cheap.

Why It’s Important to Say No Sometimes (With Confidence)

Release your guilt. Have the confidence to say no at work so it's easier to say yes.

How Do You Know When It’s the Right Time to Retire?

There are 4 simple questions to ask. Determining your retirement date is harder than you may expect.

Should You Stay at Home After Baby? How to Know

Some help for this emotional decision. Don't quit your day job before you answer these questions.

What You Should Know Before Signing Up for a Store Credit Card

It could hurt or help your credit rating. Sure, that initial discount is tempting. But read on.

Meet a Couple Who Plans to Tour America in Retirement

"You almost have to pinch yourself sometimes." They'll take to their RV and live out their future vision.

Yes, You Can Save Money on Baby Products

Fewer money woes = more time for snuggling. From diapers to formula, here's how to pay less for the big expenses.

When Should You Claim Social Security?

You could be leaving money on the table. You can take it as early as age 62. But should you wait?



Everything You Need to Know About Student Loans

Attention future students! (And parents!) Make sure you know the ins and outs of student loans so you can manage that debt later.

Here’s How Much it Costs to Have a Baby

Babies and budgets go hand in hand. With these tips, savvy parents can keep their budgets (if not their sleep schedules) intact.

A Guide to Splitting the Dinner Bill

It can get pretty awkward. Etiquette tips to keep your budget *and* your social life intact.

Here's the Good, Bad and Ugly of Joint Bank Accounts

Con: It's hard to pull off a surprise gift. The pros and cons of keeping things separate or merging money with a spouse.

How Much Should I Spend on Rent?

Your rent can have a bigger impact on your budget than you think. Your new apartment will cost you more than what’s on your lease. Here’s how to determine what to spend.

How to Save Money While Fighting Breast Cancer

Approximately 1 in every 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Even if insurance covers medical expenses, cancer can challenge a household budget in other ways.

Why a Side Job Might Be the Key to Happiness

Up to 44% of millennials are working a side gig, and it's not just to make ends meet. The extra income and fulfillment are nice, but side jobs require sacrifice.

What Do You Really Need in Your Wallet?

Weed out the things you don't need to carry every day. Do a "wallet audit" to be sure you're not putting your finances at risk.

Should You DIY Your Home or Call in a Pro?

When was the last time you used a saw? How to know when you can tackle a project — and when to call in reinforcements

How to Write the Perfect Email

Tip 1: Take it easy with the emojis. In an age when communication is digital, these tips can make or break a note.

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