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(Scott Oliphant and Gabriel Thomas are Dave Ramsey's Investing ELP's for southeast Indiana)

Welcome to Alpha Financial Services (AFS)! We are a independent investment firm that provides a wide range of services from investing, life insurance, to estate planning. Whether you need to rollover your old 401k or 403b, or put together a estate planning strategy to transfer your wealth with minimal tax consequences, we're here to help. In addition to helping you grow your assets, we are also well versed in protecting them through various products and strategies. Alpha Financial Services has been helping people in south central Indiana since 2004. 

We at AFS pride ourselves in our ability to teach our clients about the realms of investing because we have the heart of a teacher just as Dave recommends. Please give us a call to see why Dave Ramsey has been recommending us in the area since 2005.  

 

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