Author Archives: Retire Early Lifestyle

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.

Should I Move My Retirement Funds to Mexico?

Do you know where to look into moving retirement funds to Mexico upon having citizenship?? Continue reading

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Are You Afraid to Retire?

How can I deal with the fear of stepping over the retirement fence? Continue reading

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Teaching Abroad, could it be your ticket to permanent life of travel?

What did he mean by “the Best Kept Secret?” Well we want to share it with you. Continue reading

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Hey Billy & Akaisha – Are You Retired or Not?

In planning for your own retirement, you must be able to live from the income that your investments generate, and if something else comes up after your retirement years, then it is simply “extra cash.” Continue reading

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The Early Years

I worked with a narc, a woman who went to jail for Social Security fraud, a guy who went to jail for assault, assorted alcoholics, assorted drug users and a desk man who tried to burn the newspaper building down. Continue reading

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Why Your House Is a Terrible Investment

Home ownership a part of The American Religion, so I know I’m treading dangerous ground here. But before you get out the tar and feathers, let’s do a little thought experiment together. Continue reading

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Hell: Not on the Map, But I Was There

My pain was more severe than usual one morning, when I discovered I’d been sleeping on a Kentucky Fried chicken wing my daughter had loving attempted to feed me the evening before. Continue reading

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Esperando un Camino – Waiting for a Road

Many people, of course, don’t care much for traveling. I can’t help but think part of the problem is the way the Travel Industry approaches the whole business. Continue reading

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Yoga for the New Year

This group of exercises is concerned with loosening up the joints of the body. Excellent for those of you with rheumatism, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart problems and any other ailments where vigorous exercise is not advised. Continue reading

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Cellulite: A Rite of Passage

It was obvious that these women were perfectly comfortable in their bodies, had no concern about what others might think, and no interest in concealing who they were. Their indifference and confidence were almost sexy. Continue reading

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