What a Financial Professional Does Not Do and who you can ask instead
July 29, 2016
Hosted by Shanna Tingom
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As a financial professional, there is a misconception that I handle all aspects of my client’s money. But there are some things that I don't do, like detailed budgeting assistance or helping them break through some of the mental barriers to managing and earning money. Though I'm not an expert in all of these areas, I know some professionals who can answer your questions, and a few of them will be on this show as guests. In this episode, I will be talking to Kelsa Dickey of Fiscal Fitness and Jennifer Johnson, of Six Figure Scared Sales about how they can help in some of these areas and how their work can help your over-all financial plan.
Making Money Fun
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Making Money FUN with Shanna Tingom will demystify money, investing and personal finance topics with lively discussions, relevant guests and great resources. Learn about how the markets work, how your financial professional can help you achieve your financial goals, tips for talking to your kids and spouse about money and much more. Since FUN is a core value for Shanna’s company, Heritage Financial Strategies, you can expect to laugh along with her and her guests and enjoy the conversation!
Shanna Tingom is an Independent financial professional and the founder of Heritage Financial Strategies. Her specialty is working with female entrepreneurs, business leaders, and individuals experiencing life transitions. A veteran of the financial services industry, Shanna was 19 years old when a meeting with a financial advisor revealed her purpose and passion. The advisor dismissively reached across the desk, patted her on the head, and said, “Don’t worry sweetheart. Your husband will take care of this money stuff for you someday.” Since then, Shanna has built a career out of helping others take charge of their financial future. She’s more likely to draw pictures and use props to counsel clients rather than use traditional methods involving price-to-earnings ratios and mountain charts. Shanna considers herself a life-long learner and keeps apprised of changes in the industry. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from William Penn University and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. Shanna holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 licenses and the Accredited Asset Management Specialist (sm) designation. Shanna keeps active as a member of the Small Business Alliance and Gilbert, Arizona Chamber of Commerce. She also enjoys traveling with her husband, Eric, and spending time with her two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Oliver and Princess.