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Are Collectibles a Good Investment?

Strategies for More Income in Retirement

Getting Organized In Retirement

Facts on Retirement in America

Ways to Prepare for Retirement

Retirement Planning Milestones To Mark on Your Calendar

It Could Be Called "Love" Insurance

Money Tips For Your Adult Kids

Retirement Saving Can Be Stressful

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Are You Planning to Retire by 50?

Understanding The Differences Between Wills And Trusts

One Basket, All Eggs. Risky!

Getting A Mortgage In Retirement

Tax Saving Secrets

Financial Goals for 2022

Top 5 Things You Could Spend Less On In Retirement

Retirement Planning Mistakes To Avoid

Retirement Planning & Holiday Spending

Charitable Giving & Your Retirement Plan

Tax Time Guide. IRS has made some changes!

Are There Tax Breaks for Different Generations?

Estate Plan. Do you have one?

Budget For Retirement Travel

Healthcare could be Your Biggest Expense in Retirement

Why Fall Is A Good Time To Talk About Falling

It's Not Too Late For Retirement Resolutions

10 Reasons You'll Love Being Retired

Medical Debt and Your Retirement

Scared About Retirement? Here is What You Need To Keep In Mind

What You Should Know If Retiring Soon

Older Americans May Be in a Better Position to Pursue Their Dream Job

Working while receiving Social Security Benefits

3 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Retire

What’s next for retirement plans in the U.S.?

Are You Dreaming of Retirement on the Water?

What is the State of Retirement in America?

Financial Myths to Stress-Free Retirement

How to Better Ensure Your Retirement Nest Egg Lasts

The Benefits of Having a Schedule in Retirement

Retirement Planning By the Numbers

How to Know if Your Retirement Savings Are on Track

After One Year of Covid-19, America’s Retirement Crisis Is Little Changed

Do you have enough planned if you live to 100?

Will Your Retirement Income Be Enough?

I Am Over 50, What Should I Do To Plan For Retirement?

What does retirement look like in 2021?

Are You Ready For 7 Saturdays In Retirement? You Spend More In Retirement.

Are You Thinking of Upsizing Your Home in Retirement?

How Do You Know You Are Ready To Retire?

Will You Have Multiple Sources of Income In Retirement?

Life Insurance - It's Not For You, It's For Them!

How to Reduce the Risk of Outliving Your Money

The Good and Bad of Retiring Early

Long-Term Care

Retirement Should not Scare Women

Ladies, Should You Leave Financial Decisions To Your Spouse?

What To Know Before Moving Homes In Retirement

Baby Boomers Bomb This Question

Avoid Getting Scammed This Tax Season

To Know About Retirement, Ask Those Already Retired

Save For Retirement or Your Kids’ College

Budget For Post-Pandemic Retirement Travel

Be Ready For the Next Market Correction

You Still Have Time For Retirement Resolutions

Adding Stepchildren to Your Estate Plan

Could Your Retirement Be Delayed?

Your New Year’s Retirement Resolutions

So, You are Retiring In A Few Years

Reasons For Inflation And Why You Should Plan For It In Retirement 

The Good and Bad of Retiring Early

What You Need to Know About IRA and 401k Contributions In 2021

Don't Let Short Term Events Change Your Investment Goals

Tap Your 401(k)? Get Back On Track!

Avoid Covid-19 Medicare Scams

Planning For Retirement In The "New Normal”?

2021: Social Security To Spend More Than It Collects 

Medicare "Must Knows" 

It Could Be Called "Love" Insurance

A Stimulus Check & Your Social Security Benefits Tax

2020 vs 2019 Tax Brackets

How Is Your Retirement Confidence? 

2020 May Be A Good Time For A ROTH

Summer Home Security Tips 

Estate Planning & Unpaid Debts

Estate Planning & Unpaid Debts

Savings vs. Income in Retirement 

Changes to Required Minimum Distribution Rules

Thinking About Rolling Over Your 401k?

To Work Or Not To Work In Retirement. That Is The Question.

The Good and Bad of Retiring Early

Money Conversation with Your Kids

How to Recognize and Prevent Elder Financial Abuse

Retirement Resolutions for A New Year 

Announcing our NEW gilbert Office!

Plan To Have Medicare Coverage For Your Winter Travel

Qualified Charitable Contributions for 2019

2020 Important Retirement Numbers

Should You Use Credit Or Debit Cards For Holiday Shopping?

Do Presidential Elections Actually Impact The Stock Market?

2020 Contribution Limits for Employer Sponsored Plans

Does The Fed Lowering Interest Rates Really Hurt Retirees?

2019 Catch Up Contributions

Avoid Required Minimum Distribution Mistakes

Protect Retirement Savings Against Long Term Care Needs

Medicare Open Enrollment 

What To Do When You Inherit Your Parents' House

Should You Delay Retirement?

Modern Day Scams To Avoid

Are You Prepared For Medicare Open Enrollment?

Leave Retirement Savings Alone – Here’s Why

How to Write a Winning Real Estate Offer Letter

What does Father’s Day mean to you?

Vacation Planning as Part of a Financial Plan

Everything You Need to Know About ALTCS Eligibility

What Happens to Student Loan Debt When the Holder Passes Away?

What I’ve Learned About Taking the First Step

How to Budget as a Single Parent

Spending Money Wisely to Save Long-Term

What to Bring to Annual Meeting with Gilbert Financial Advisor Shanna Tingom

NEW SERVICE for Divorcing Couples in Gilbert and Scottsdale

Smart Ways to Secure Home Financing with a Low Credit Score

Shanna’s Favorite Places to Eat in Scottsdale

Holiday Gift Giving - Financial Planning Tips for Leaving a Legacy

Shop Local and Save Money Holiday Shopping

What do Vacations and Financial Planning have in Common?

Tax Tips for Your Investments

Financial Protection for Your Loved Ones

What My Grandpa Taught Me about Life (and business)

NEW OFFICE is now open in Scottsdale!

When Should You Sell Your Home Before Retirement?

What's a 529 College Savings Plan?

Stick with It: How to Stay on Track Financially

What's the Financial Advice You Wish You Could Give Your Younger Self?

What the 2018 Government Shut Down and New Tax Laws Mean for You

Financial Planning Strategies for Divorce

Divorce Planning for Women - What to do with finances post-divorce

Why should I speak to a financial advisor? I am doing just fine.

Financial Steps to Prepare for Divorce

The Ultimate Guide to Early Retirement Planning for women (and Men)

What to Expect at Your First Appointment with A Financial Advisor Consultant

8 Financial Planning Strategies For Women

Vacations, Financial Planning and Big Rocks

How will I help you understand my investment recommendations?

Should I speak to a financial advisor or someone else?

What to ask your Financial Consultant - Understanding Investments, Financial Firms, & Plans

Part Time Business Ideas To Work Around Your Full Time Job

How much should you save for retirement?

Understanding Fees Associated with Investing

How I Minimize Risk for my Clients

8 Daily rituals most millionaires have in common

5 Interview Questions to Ask Your SmartVestor Pro

Life Happens…and so do accidents. Are you prepared?

Saving for College begins with a 529 College Tuition Savings Plan

5 Reasons Why Women Need Long Term Care Planning the Most

Don’t Let College Debt Drag You Down

3 Considerations for Securing Your Child's Financial Future

9 Mistakes You Will Make When Budgeting For Your Wedding

3 Things Women Need to Know About Retirement Planning

5 Steps You Can Take Today to Improve Your Retirement

It doesn’t take the luck of the Irish to save money

Talking to Your Spouse about Money

Social Security Changes – Women, Pay Special Attention

Where There is a Will, There is a Way

5 Things You Can Do Today to Retire from Your Business

Ways to Save on Wedding Expenses

Social Security Ex-Spouse Benefits and You

Women and Retirement Planning - Overcoming 5 Excuses for not Saving from a Financial Advisor for Women

Tips for Finding a College that Fits Your Finances

Small Business Succession Planning Tips

Why You Need to Have End-of-Life Conversations with Loved Ones

How Much Money Do I Need To Retire?

5 Things To Do When You Leave Your Job

When Does It Make Sense To File Early For Social Security?

Your Money Can Only Go So Far

Term Life Insurance vs. Permanent Life Insurance

What a Financial Professional Doesn’t Do When it Comes to Your Money

Financial Planning: What’s Your Legacy?

What You Need to Know About Long Term Care Insurance

My Konmari Experiment

What We Know About the Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage

Tips for Talking to your Spouse about Money

The Reality of Retirement Funding

Questions to Ask a Financial Professional Before Investing Money With Them

Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting for Heritage Financial Strategies

How Much Should I Save for Retirement? Tips for Planning Income in Retirement

Press Release: Welcome Shanna Tingom to Heritage Financial Strategies!

Financial Firms Are Not All the Same

Find Out If You Are Prepared For Retirement