This event is part of our “Healthy Finances for Nurses” event series — five virtual events that give nurses the education, resources, and know-how to achieve financial wellness and growth.
Doctors and business professionals alike are routinely offered financial tools and advice — through retirement planning, wealth building, custom investments and beyond. But what about nurses, the 5th most popular career in the United States? Here at Trusted we want to help nurses in every facet of their career, and that most certainly includes establishing a sound financial future.
Whether you need to focus on budgeting or are looking to build up to a life that's "work optional," there’s an opportunity to prioritize your financial health for years to come. Come to one event or attend all five events as they build upon each other!
Join medical field financial advisor Morrayna Gaskins for this one-hour chat simplifying money management. In this event she'll share the fundamentals of investing and some effective money management skills that will give you a better understanding of the overwhelming financial world. You'll learn how to calculate your retirement number, how to break down the often-complicated financial opportunities, and the know-how to invest with confidence. This event will give you the tactics and tools for your financial journey!
All nurses are welcome to this event, just make sure you RSVP!
Morrayna Gaskins is a financial professional with Equitable Advisors. In her role she improves people’s quality of life by presenting financial options to those who are unfamiliar with money management but would like to plan for the future and build wealth. Morrayna has a hands on approach in assisting clients to reach their financ…
Morrayna Gaskins is a financial professional with Equitable Advisors. In her role she improves people’s quality of life by presenting financial options to those who are unfamiliar with money management but would like to plan for the future and build wealth. Morrayna has a hands on approach in assisting clients to reach their financial goals by bridging the gap that most people struggle with when it comes to financial literacy. Through working with nurses she realized early on that professionals in the medical industry were often provided a cookie cutter solution for their financial life and retirement. Since each individual has different goals she personally felt that this was the wrong way to handle anyone’s financial plan and has developed her practice on guiding nurses through their financial journey with proper planning.