Whether you are single or married, younger or older, it’s important to consider your financial goals and how to accomplish them with the right plan – and the right partner.
First PREMIER Bank leverages decades of expertise to support comprehensive financial planning, investment strategy, investment management, and succession planning in the best interest of our clients and their families. We also support businesses, endowments, non-profits and more.
Our wealth professionals will work with you to:
Whether you desire simple investing or comprehensive financial planning and investment support, First PREMIER has access to a broad range of banking products and diversified investments and can support you with:
Our investment professionals work one-on-one with you, becoming vested stewards of your success. We provide the personal service and expertise you can count on, with customized banking, credit and investment services to meet your needs.
Strategic investing requires a goal and a plan. Our experienced team will take the time to know your goals and create a custom plan for meeting those goals. We’ll also revisit the plan often to ensure we’re still on track. That’s the PREMIER difference.- Andy Fliss, Retirement Plan Associate
South Dakota is a wealth-friendly state. Our tax structure and our regulations make it an ideal place to establish trusts and we work hard to leverage these benefits for our clients.- Sandy Schoenbeck, VP, Trust and Estates
As such, First PREMIER bank can help you or your client access our favorable tax and trust laws! First PREMIER Bank can help our clients leverage favorable South Dakota tax and trust laws.
The impact is increased revenue for distribution to beneficiaries of irrevocable trusts with a South Dakota situs.
Most states require a trust to “terminate” at the end of a set period of time (effectively 80 to 100 years). This opens the trust to taxation, potential litigation and disagreements among beneficiaries, etc. Families with substantial wealth may want to see the trust “go on forever.” That can only happen in a state that has no rule against perpetuities - like South Dakota. Trust administration can be delegated to co-trustees and/or agents of the trustee.
Trustees may disclaim powers granted to a trustee under a trust instrument. A South Dakota trustee can “unbundle” services that the family would prefer to see performed by others, allowing tasks or services to be managed by co-trustees. Services could include investment management, custody of assets, record keeping, etc.
South Datota Directed Trust Law permits protectors and trust advisors, and fiduciaries can be prevented from exercising certain powers that can be reserved to the grantor, a trust protector or a trust advisor.
Investments are | Not FDIC insured | May lose value | Not financial institution guaranteed | Not a deposit | Not insured by any federal government agency. Advisory services may only be offered by investment adviser representatives.