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Early retirement can be isolating.

Aspiring early retirees need to prepare for a key change, says a man who retired in his 30s and went back to work less than 2 years later

Early retirement can be isolating. Early retirees need to plan how to build human connection during early retirement, says a former early retiree.
Early retirement isn't for everyone.

A software developer who retired in his 30s says he went back to work less than 2 years later because the free time didn’t make him any happier

An early retiree went back to work because he missed three things during early retirement: human connection, work fulfillment, and money.
If you want to retire early as a millionaire, you need to plan for "the bridge period."

An author who studied more than 10,000 millionaires says those planning to retire early often overlook a crucial step

Aspiring early retirees often overlook "the bridge period" — the time between leaving work and withdrawing retirement funds penalty-free.
Early retirement can be achieved in seven steps.

Here’s the 7-step strategy one guy used to become a self-made millionaire and retire at 30

Self-made millionaire Grant Sabatier retired early at 30 with a nest egg of $1.25 million using a seven-step strategy. It could work for you.

The same question that can chart a path to early retirement is the one Warren Buffett used to build Berkshire Hathaway into a powerhouse

Inversion is a mental model that involves flipping your outlook to prevent the opposite of what you want to happen from happening. Warren Buffett used it to make Berkshire Hathaway successful.
You can save more and retire earlier by following four key steps, according to early retiree Tanja Hester.

A woman who retired early at 38 says 4 strategies can help anyone save big without pinching pennies

You can accelerate your way to early retirement using a four-step strategy, according to one early retiree.
Do you have enough money to retire?

7 signs you might not have enough money to retire

If you're still paying off debt and put off saving for retirement until later in life, retiring may be further away than you like.
Making a poor investment decision can hurt at any age, but especially as you near retirement.

The worst thing to do with your money in your 60s, according to a financial planner

When you reach the decade of retirement, the worst thing you can do with your money revolves around your investments, according to one CFP.
Tracking your net worth and setting goals are key to achieving early retirement.

Early retirees use an essential tool to build wealth, but obsessing over it can backfire

Saving for early retirement can be done with a simple habit, according to early retirees: Tracking your net worth and setting goals.