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SPINOSA WEALTH MANAGEMENT GROUP is an award winning independent wealth management firm serving a select group of individuals, families, business owners and institutions both locally and around the country. Our mission is clear: to deliver value to clients through ongoing, intimate relationships while providing the guidance that helps pursue their vision of financial success. “We are always striving to be a trusted, competent custodian of your wealth.”

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