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103 Eisenhower Parkway
Suite 204
Roseland, NJ 07068

Barry Gimelstob

(973) 226-1199

 
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Welcome to FBR Group

Building a successful business requires an approach similar to the one a coach needs to lead a sports team to victory – a winning game plan. Owners of privately held businesses, heads of public companies, and wealthy individuals find the full-service FBR Group approach provides customized strategies in the areas of:

  • wealth preservation
  • executive compensation
  • estate planning
  • retirement planning
  • tax reduction strategies
  • business succession planning
  • employee group health plans and other group benefits

At FBR Group we employ innovative strategies to help clients realize retirement goals and achieve lifelong financial security. Through our unique planning efforts, clients are able to build, protect and pass their wealth on to successive generations via a highly integrated network of personal and corporate financial programs..

In today’s volatile economy, it is vitally important to closely monitor your financial portfolio. At FBR Group, we work closely with a number of the area’s most prominent trust departments led by professionals who are available to review and analyze your current investment strategies to determine if they are accomplishing your goals and objectives while also providing a hedge against economic uncertainty.

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