Trusteed IRA SmartIRA

Trusteed IRA – A quiet and powerful Client solution

A Trusteed IRA is a simple and powerful financial planning tool.  To know the power of the Trusteed IRA it’s important to describe the IRA industry for all of us.  The IRA market has grown substantially over recent years as the baby boomer generation prepares for retirement. With nearly 40.4% of all American households investing in at least one IRA, total IRA assets topped $8.5 trillion in the third quarter of 2017.[1] This amount represents more than a 30% of the total $27.2 trillion retirement market in the United States and has grown at an average rate of 7.4% percent annually since 1990.[2].   The IRS has accepted our Trusteed IRA solution which is called the SmartIRA™.

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Winner declared in South Dakota best trust company face off

Citi, Guggenheim are not “Too Big To Fail” after an independent trust company beats giants in the ranking of best client trustee service in South Dakota.  Wealth Advisors Trust Company ranked #1 in trustee client service per a recent poll.

Money center banks and blue-ribbon wealth management complexes are out of favor as investment advisors and family offices seek partners in the trust haven state of South Dakota they can count on to keep their clients’ interests in mind. And Wealth Advisors Trust Company is the homegrown South Dakota trust company that leads the way. (more…)

The Secret Your Estate Planning Attorney Won’t Tell You

An interesting blog post was written from acclaimed writer Dan Solin in  the Huffington Post.  He discusses how attorney’s do not always give clients and financial advisers information that they have choices on corporate trustee selection.  It is an easy and efficient read.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dan-solin/the-secret-your-estate-pl_b_642539.html

US Supreme court case re-inforces advantages of SmartIRA

The SmartIRA knows has weight of value behind it.  The US Supreme Court has unanimously ruled in the Clark case that funds held in inherited IRAs are NOT “retirement funds” within the meaning of §522(b)(3)(C) and therefore are not protected in bankruptcy. It is clear that IRAs are exempted but, before this decision, whether an inherited IRA was subject to the same protection had varying precedent. The decision in Clark is another reason why naming a qualified trust as beneficiary of an IRA is beneficial.  The SmartIRA™ is the a great solution for this issue as those IRA assets would be protected in bankruptcy.

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