Are You Financially OK?
Thursday, October 19, 2023
7:00 pm - 7:30 pm Eastern
(6:00 pm Central // 4:00 pm Pacific)
Learn How To Be Financially OK!
Do you find it hard to determine how much money you need for daily needs and emergencies? Are you struggling to save for unexpected expenses or start investing?
In this workshop, Crissy Cole, founder of Penny Finance, will provide the knowledge and guidance to achieve financial success. You’ll uncover the gold standard in general spending, emergency savings and retirement planning. You’ll gain invaluable insights into how much money you should save for emergencies and how best to save for retirement and receive investment tips to build a strong financial base.
Signing up for this workshop will give you an increased knowledge and understanding of the amount of money you require in your daily life and retirement savings goals, along with an actionable plan to meet them. Now is the perfect time to take charge of your financial future!
Do not wait any longer to secure your financial well-being – join us and gain the knowledge and confidence necessary to make informed choices regarding your money!
What you will learn:
- What is the “right” amount of money for your daily life?
- How much do you need for emergencies?
- How much do you need to retire
*This program is free.
**The VIP ticket guarantees that your questions will be answered by the presenter. To have your questions asked, you will need to direct message the Girls Nite Live host during the presentation. The VIP ticket also includes a recording of the presentation. The VIP ticket price is $5.00.
Crissi Cole is the founder & CEO of Penny Finance, an early-stage fintech startup taking on the wealth gap. Crissi spent ten years working in wealth management at Goldman Sachs in New York City, where she invested in ultra-high-net-worth portfolios and built trading & technology platforms. Now, Crissi is on a mission to get more women out of debt and into investing with an accessible, affordable financial app designed intentionally for pre-wealth women.