Here are seven things you need to know

It’s not a secret that the tech industry is full of hard working, talented people who sometimes find themselves feeling a bit stuck in their careers. In fact, tech professionals are, in my experience, significantly more likely to retire early or pursue a secondary career than employees in most other industries.

Unfortunately, many tech professionals who are ready to explore the next chapter of their lives aren’t sure how to financially sustain themselves without work.

The good news is that, while achieving this goal can be challenging, it can be done. 

If you’re ready to step off of the hamster wheel and pursue early retirement, or a “work optional” lifestyle, you need to plan ahead – starting now!

In this guide, we’ll go over seven steps to take before leaving your career in tech, and how to plan for what’s next.

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After a successful career in high-tech, Sheila McGinn, CFP® followed her passion and became a fee-only Financial Planner, where she helps clients navigate complex financial decisions and reach their financial goals.

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