Why you need F U Money as a Nurse

Why You Need “F U” Money as a Nurse

April 1, 2024 Episode 12: Workplace violence and Why you need “F U Money” as a Nurse

In today’s episode, I talked about the concerning data and reality of workplace violence in healthcare especially among nurses. This is a very important topic that needs to be covered and addressed. I also talked about the importance of financial stability and the concept of having F U Money as a Nurse. Everyone needs F U Money- but as nurses working in a high burn out profession, having financial stability  is almost a necessity. I talked about the importance of having this fund and how you can start saving up for this.

If you want to learn more about where you can store your money for short term goals, READ THIS BLOG POST.

Scrubs and Stocks Podcast is a podcast hosted by Ellaine Maala, RN, NP who is a finance educator, nurse, and owner of Nursing Flowsheet LLC, which is a finance and career blog for nurses. This podcast is created to help nurses build wealth through investing in the stock market, real estate or in their own businesses.

Nurses deserve options whether they want to retire early or work until retirement.

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“Stay Hydrated and Stay Invested!” – your rich nurse bestie


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