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In 1991 Billy and Akaisha Kaderli retired at the age of 38. Now, into their 4th decade of this financially independent lifestyle, they invite you to take advantage of their wisdom and experience.

Top Retirement Tips and Tricks for 2023

Liza Goodman

Retirement is real. Itís coming. A matter of time. There will reach a time you will have to hang up your boots. Thatís why you need to plan as early as possible. Having a solid retirement plan will cushion you in the future. Invest in bonds. Remember, the future holds a lot of uncertainties. Thus, think about your life after retirement. Save more. Invest in gold. Consider investing in bonds. Precious metals are stable and can bear huge returns. Invest through the U.S. Money Reserve. Read the review here  before making an investment.  Use the following tips and tricks to secure your life after retirement.

Get Ready for Unplanned Retirement

Life is unpredictable. Circumstances might force you to retire early. Research shows that most employees are forced to retire before hitting their target retirement age. There are several factors that can contribute to your early retirement.

Itís therefore imperative to start making your retirement plans now. If youíre aged between 50 and 60 years, start planning for your retirement. Even if youíre still young, now is the perfect time to devise an emergency strategy for your early retirement.

Address Debt Immediately

Strive to settle your debts. Itís always advisable to clear your debts while youíre still at work. Prioritize eliminating any credit balances. Pay off your debt before you retire. Prioritize clearing your car loans and mortgages as well. Although itís difficult paying debt when youíre relying on a fixed income, you should still try to ease your debt burden. 

Health Insurance

Plan for your health insurance. If youíre about to hit 65 years of age, consider signing up for medical insurance. If youíre an American, donít hesitate to sign up for the Medicare program. During your old age, you might spend a lot of money on medications. But with comprehensive insurance, you wonít incur major out-of-pocket costs.

In case you retire early, youíll have to purchase health insurance using your own money until Medicare kicks in.

Increase HSA Contributions

Strive to increase your HSA (Health Savings Account) contributions. For instance, if you began funding it two years ago, your contributions might grow tax-free for the next three decades. And this will provide an excellent pot of emergency funds later in life. HSAs generally offer unmatched benefits.

Effective Spending

Learn effective spending strategies. Donít wait until you retire to decide how youíre going to spend your money. Use the rules of thumb to devise an effective spending strategy. Develop a plan based on real spending habits.

Keep track of your spending habits. Create a realistic estimate of your income requirements. Adjust your financial needs accordingly. For instance, once you retire your commuting costs might reduce significantly.

The Bottom-Line

At one time, everyone will retire. You will not have the same energy you used to have during your youth age. Your output will reduce. If you want to lead a good financial life, make sure you plan for your retirement. Use the above tips and tricks to secure your life after retirement.

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About the Authors

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli are recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance, medical tourism and world travel. With the wealth of information they share on their award winning website, they have been helping people achieve their own retirement dreams since 1991. They wrote the popular books, The Adventurerís Guide to Early Retirement and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible available on their website bookstore or on

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