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About Retire Early Lifestyle

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired three decades ago at the age of 38 and began traveling the world. As recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance and world travel, they have been interviewed about retirement issues by The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, The Motley Fool Rule Your Retirement newsletter, nationally syndicated radio talk shows and countless newspapers and TV shows nationally and worldwide. They wrote the popular books The Adventurer's Guide to Early Retirement (Your Simple Path to FIRE) and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible.

3 Fascinating Road Trip Destinations for Retirees: Which One Is for You?

A well-planned road trip is sure to be an experience of a lifetime that you will never forget. Continue reading

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Understand the Stock Market as a Senior Citizen and the Way Forward

Understanding the stock market is crucial for seniors. Having a solid investment portfolio is the roadmap to achieving long-term financial independence. Continue reading

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5 Types of Emergency Loans That Could Bail You Out of a Hairy Situation

You never know when an emergency is going to render you in need of immediate cash. The five loans listed here are a good start in such a situation, but hopefully you will never need them. Continue reading

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Tips To Help You Protect Yourself From Elder Abuse During Retirement

1 in 6 people aged 60 and older have experienced some form of elder abuse. Yet, only 1 in 14 incidences of elder abuse is reported. Take these steps sooner rather than later could make all the difference in the experience you have as a retiree, and with elder abuse. Continue reading

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7 Perfect and Inspiring Ideas for Retirement

Figuring out what to do, or what other retirees do, when retired will give you motivation and creative new ideas to consider when you retire. Here you will find seven alternative ideas which might inspire you. Continue reading

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Life Insurance for Elderly with Major Health Issues

It is recommended for you to remember whatever life insurance you take, always be transparent and truthful to your agent and company. It will help you a lot in getting the perfect insurance and payout in times of dire need and emergencies. Continue reading

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Do you have an Inner Hooligan busting to get out?

What do kiteboarders, motorcycle riders, marathon runners, skiers, members of a SWAT team and anglers all have in common? They all Hoo-rag. Continue reading

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What are the Biggest Expenses in Retirement?

When we plan for retirement, we need to save plenty of money to cover the essentials. Fortunately, there are lots of services out there that can help us manage our money properly and discuss the funds that we should put away. Let’s take a closer look at these categories. Continue reading

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Tips to Make Early Retirement Easier

Many different formulas let you calculate how much you need to save before walking away from your job. Planning this stage of your life looks different for everyone, but there are some things you should consider. Continue reading

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Options for Health Care Insurance during Retirement

We constantly hear that healthcare will be the most expensive item in retirement. We want to have insurance, like we do now, but of course don’t want to pay thousands every month/year unnecessarily. Continue reading

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