Patricia F. Raskob

Patricia F. RaskobTitle: President

Company: Raskob Kambourian Financial Advisors

Location: Tucson, AZ, United States

TUCSON, ARIZONA, January 3, 2013, Patricia F. Raskob, President of Raskob Kambourian Financial Advisors, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in charitable estate planning.

In her role at the helm of a trusted fee-only, comprehensive tax, financial planning and asset management firm, Ms. Raskob offers her expertise in charitable estate planning by assisting clients in the charting of tax strategies and achievement of their life’s goals. She also creates and gives seminars on all areas of financial planning, including estate, retirement, tax and charitable trusts all across the company. Ms. Raskob has garnered a reputation of distinction and prominence among her professional peers for her outstanding efforts—she has been named “One of the Best Advisors to Work with Doctors” in all issues of Medical Economics through 2012. She was also named “One of the Best Financial Advisors in the Country” in Worth Magazine. Among her many awards and accolades, Ms. Raskob has also received the following:

Torch Award, BBB

Wells Fargo Copper Cactus Award

Permanent Status, Kingston Who’s Who Books

Featured Author, Chapter Titled “Financial Planning is More than Money,” “Wealth Strategies for Executives”

Financial Author, “Smart Money” Column, Arizona Living Magazine

Ms. Raskob is frequently quoted in SmartMoney Magazine, Worth, Mutual Fund Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Medical Economics, Consumer Reports, Kiplinger and other national and local newspapers and magazines. She authored “An Effective Planned Giving Proposal” in 1984, as well. She became involved in her profession after she founded the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson, and was proficient in setting up the financial and tax planning for the church; this experience pushed her to open her own business.

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