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About Retire Early Lifestyle

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired two 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 and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible.

Growing Our Nest Egg in Retirement

In all the REL newsletters and articles, where can we review ideas and stories of other retirees that are income producers with the flexibility and freedom to travel? Continue reading

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Travel Is an Adventure, so Embrace It!

When I travel, I enjoy going at my own pace and exploring – checking out what makes that area unique and different. Continue reading

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The Wealth Summit – Don’t Miss It!

Since our money gurus are some of the most in-demand experts in the world, you should be taking every opportunity to connect and learn from them. Continue reading

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Make Money Without Leaving Campus!

One of the biggest concerns that a college student has is paying off student loans after college. Continue reading

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An Aspie comes out of the closet – Why I knew early on that I would never be popular

As the school year wound down, my audience became exclusively male. A few girls watched my warmup exercises — usually a Fudgsicle coated with ketchup — but they were long gone when I progressed to the money rounds and the vinegar. Continue reading

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How to choose the right manual wheelchair for your elder granny

Wheelchairs are designed for people who are not able to walk or walk for very short distances. The wheelchairs are specifically designed for the elderly people so that they stay independent in their own house. Continue reading

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How Getting My Finances in order Let Me Live the Life I Love

Thank you for visiting Retire Early Lifestyle. The article you are looking for is no longer available. Look at our Captivating Characters and Early Retirees Interviews for more inspirational stories. Thanks! Come back and visit again! Visit our bookstore for … Continue reading

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How to Get Easy Personal Loans at Reasonable Repayment Interest Rates

If a financial emergency comes up, you might consider taking out a personal loan. Continue reading

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Car-Free Transportation Options in the U.S.

The transportation system in Boston made it easy to go car-free. We now plan to relocate to Colorado… Continue reading

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6 Tips for Cutting Your Medical Bill

Prevention is better than cure, they say. This proverb holds true for both medical and non-medical conditions, because it’s easier to stay away from a problem than to find a solution. Continue reading

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