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In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. Now, into their 3rd decade of this financially independent lifestyle, they invite you to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.

Author Bio

Billy Kaderli pursued French Cooking with a passion working at the 3 Star, Celestial Restaurant as well as La Maisonette, a 5 star restaurant in Cincinnati, Ohio. At the age of 27 he purchased his own restaurant, Lutherís, in Santa Cruz, California in 1979.

Dean Witter Reynolds recognized his drive and business acumen and recruited him in 1985. He quickly became a member of the Directorís Club for excellent performance and new account production and rose to the position of Branch Manager of the Aptos, California office in 1988. 

Always on the fast track, Billy retired at the age of 38 to begin exploring the world. In May, 2003 he began the popular RetireEarlyLifestyle.com Website.

After significant volunteer work in Chapala, Mexico from 1996-2002, he co-authored The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement, A Common Sense Approach in 2005, which is now in its 3rd edition and has sold in 40 countries worldwide. His latest book, The Adventurerís Guide to Guatemala, is also available on his website.

Billy is a regular contributor to The Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement Newsletter. He has been featured in Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, SmartMoney, MarketWatch and interviewed on Newsradio 620 KTAR, in Phoenix, Arizona, on Clark Howard's, nationally syndicated consumer advocate program The Clark Howard Show, and his retirement story was featured in an interview by Nicole McGregor on 12 News Today, KPNX/NBC, Phoenix, Arizona. Billy has been published or interviewed in various newspapers and digital media around the country and the globe, such as Good Morning Chiangmai NEWS, and Laos Aviation in-flight magazine, Asset Builder, The Arizona Tribune, Bankrate.com, FOXBusiness, AfterFiftyLiving, SeniorWire and BoomersTV, Redefining Life After Fifty!.

His personal retirement story was also featured in Bob Clyatt's book, Work Less, Live More as an example of retirees on the move and The Gone Fishiní Portfolio by Alexander Green.

His hobbies include: world travel, fine cuisine, photography, coaching sports, playing tennis, being in nature, outdoor activities, and the world of finance.

Author Bio

Akaisha Kaderli purchased Lutherís, a 46 seat restaurant located in Santa Cruz, California in 1979, and ran the restaurant for 10 years. She was active in the local school work programs and spoke at the local schools on Career Day about employment in the service industry. She also freelanced for the local newspapers The Santa Cruz Sentinel, and The Good Times.

Akaisha retired at the age of 38 to travel the world, journaling her experiences on the popular website her husband created, RetireEarlyLifestyle.com.

While administering End of Life Care to her mother, she gave interviews to the media of Santa Cruz and PBS in San Francisco, California on a collaborative photo essay chronicling her motherís death. The piece won the Perlman Journalism Award Winner, Final Choice: America Struggles with the Right to Die, KQED-TV, San Francisco.

After significant volunteer work in Chapala, Mexico from 1996-2002, she co-authored The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement, A Common Sense Approach in 2005, which is now in its 3rd edition and has sold in 40 countries worldwide. Her latest book, The Adventurerís Guide to Guatemala, is also available on her website.

Akaisha speaks for International Living, a travel magazine and is a regular contributor to The Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement Newsletter. She has been featured in Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, SmartMoney, MarketWatch and interviewed on Newsradio 620 KTAR, in Phoenix, Arizona, on Clark Howard's, nationally syndicated consumer advocate program The Clark Howard Show, and her retirement story was featured in an interview by Nicole McGregor on 12 News Today, KPNX/NBC, Phoenix, Arizona. Akaisha has been published or interviewed in various newspapers and digital media around the country and the globe, such as Good Morning Chiangmai NEWS, and Laos Aviation in-flight magazine, Asset Builder, The Arizona Tribune, Bankrate.com, FOXBusiness, AfterFiftyLiving, SeniorWire and BoomersTV, Redefining Life After Fifty!.

Her personal retirement story was also featured in Bob Clyatt's book, Work Less, Live More as an example of retirees on the move and The Gone Fishiní Portfolio by Alexander Green.

Her hobbies include: world travel, fine cuisine, textile art, photography, playing tennis, being in nature and outdoor activities, writing, reading and studying world religions.

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Publishing Credits

Website: RetireEarlyLifestyle.com

Email: TheGuide@RetireEarlyLifestyle.com

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Books by Billy and Akaisha Kaderli

Your Retirement Dream IS Possible

The Adventurerís Guide to Early Retirement, A Common Sense Approach

The Adventurerís Guide to Chapala Living

 The Adventureís Guide to Mexicoís Pacific Coast

The Adventurerís Guide to the Highlands of Mexico

 The Adventurerís Guide to Destination Choices: Mexico, Thailand, Guatemala, U.S.A.

The Adventurer's Guide to Guatemala

Your Questions, Our Answers, Vol. 1

Your Questions, Our Answers, Vol. 2

Cut and Run Report

 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli are syndicated columnists have been regular contributors to The Motley Fool Personal Finance newsletter since 2005, and to Escape from America Magazine since 2008.

Our articles have been reprinted in newspapers, magazines and blogs around the world, including Medical Travel Today, the Overseas Opportunity Letter, International Living Newsletter, AfterFiftyLiving, SeniorWire, Good Morning Chiang Mai, and the Laos In-flight Magazine among others.

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Billy and Akaisha continue to journal and photograph their world travels.

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