One in five Americans plans to retire before age 65, according to a new study, and they're not just the ultra-wealthy. There's hope for everyone to bail out of the daily grind before age 65, if they adopt the behaviors and attitudes of these savers.
Sick of working 80 hour weeks, Akaisha and Billy Kaderli retired at age 38 and began traveling the world. How'd they pull it off? Here, in their own words, are the steps to take if you want to claim your freedom decades before the rest.