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Beth Krasnow
Beth Krasnow
Estate Planning Attorney/Education Specialist
beth@pa401k.com
216.595.0725

Beth has been a part of Pension Advisors since its founding in 1999. An experienced Estate Planning attorney, Beth has taken and passed the Bar is three states: Ohio, Illinois and Texas. Beth works with many of our clients on their Estate Planning needs ranging from simple Wills and Trusts to more complex asset protection strategies and well as presents Financial Workshops and Seminars to our Plan Participants.

An Ohio State Buckeye through and through she earned her Law Degree from the John Marshall School of Law. 

Beth is married and has four children. She loves to travel, run, spend time with her family and friends, and dreams of retiring in Bora Bora. 

J.D., Series 7, Registered Represetantive, Investment Advisor Representantive.


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Latest Updates & Information

1st Quarter 2017 Market Commentary

U.S. Economy – Good The key factors we track, unemployment, housing, and inflation, are all favorable. Unemployment is now in the 4.7% range, while wage inflation has held its slight upward trend.

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4th Q Market Insights

There were two events in the Fourth Quarter that influenced U.S. and foreign financial markets: Donald Trump won the presidential election which led to positive growth on Wall Street & the Federal Reserve’s December interest rate of 0.25% signified the Fed's confidence in the improving U.S. economy.

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The Election is Over . . .Now What??

Certainly last night was a surprise for many Americans and international observers. How will Trump's shocking win affect the Market and your Investments?

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2017 401(k) and IRA Rules

The contribution limits for 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts will stay the same in 2017. Employees will be eligible to defer paying income tax on up to $18,000 that they contribute to 401(k) and $5,500 to their IRA.

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