Money Mozart guest post: Writing Your Retirement Letter

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  1. Leaving saying you are going to travel seems an easier way out, since it is a project anyone (retiring or not) could want to achieve. When I leave in two years, my wife and I are going to travel for at least 6 months. So I intend to use that project as my reason to quit. It is mainly to avoid too many questions from colleagues as I am not that comfortable with the idea of explaining my early retirement to everyone.

    1. I tend to agree, Jack – leaving to travel is a much more level way to end your relationship with your former company. I will report back on the blog what happens when I do finally broach the subject! 🙂

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