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Conference Call Recording – November 5, 2020

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Conference Call Recording – October 6, 2020

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From the desk of Doug Wells: “Should You Invest More Money in the Stock Market?”

It is now four weeks since the March market lows. We have more information on how the pandemic will impact our lives and the economy and we have seen both bad and good come out during this unprecedented time. Sadly, we have seen the virus spread quickly to every state in our nation.  Nationwide there have been over 750,000 cases and over 40,000 deaths. Many of our […]

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2019 Planning Guide: What You Need to Know

At Albion Financial Group, we believe in the importance of quality advising where financial success is a result of a series of good decisions over time. Multi-year financial advice on investments, tax planning, retirement savings, college education, Social Security and estate planning strategies can help protect income and grow wealth. The start of a New […]

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Financial Literacy Building Blocks for Kids

Financial decisions were once much simpler. Let’s rewind the clock to a time when, after graduating from high school or college, individuals would begin a job at a company where they would remain for the entirety of their career. Cash inflows were simply a pay check while working, followed by a pension in the golden […]

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Debt or Equity: Which is the Best Way to Raise Capital for Your Business?

My first job out of college was with a Fortune 100 company that measured success by market share and revenue. When my team saw opportunities to strengthen our market position, we simply put together a budget and submitted it for funding. Senior management either approved the project or turned it down. Money was a figure […]

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White Paper: Dollar-Weighted Versus Time-Weighted Returns – Should You Care?

If you invest and reinvest in a stock over time, what’s the best way to measure your overall return when you eventually cash out?