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How do you return to the workforce after a mini-retirement?

Mini-retirements can help prevent burnout, but returning to the workforce afterward can be tough. Here’s how to pull it off, from 4 people who h...

Returning to the rat race after a mini-retirement can be intimidating. Four people who've done it themselves share tips for getting back in the game.

An American family who moved to Nicaragua for a year to live cheaply ended up blowing their $30,000 budget thanks to unexpected costs — but stil...

Mark and Amanda Tew and their four children took a yearlong mini-retirement in Nicaragua after paying off debt and building an emergency fund.

A self-made millionaire who retired at 33 says it took him months to adjust — here’s how he schedules his days to enjoy retirement

Justin McCurry retired early as a millionaire, but he didn't realize it would take him a while to relax and slow down during early retirement.

7 surprising expenses people don’t expect when they retire, according to experts

Retirees often face surprising expenses that they didn't expect — or know they should have considered before retiring.
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.