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OUR PROMISE | Always Acting in Your Best Interest

Central Trust Company was founded upon one defining principle: to always act in your best interest. Through the decades, our adherence to the “Fiduciary Standard” and the focus on our client’s best interest, has propelled our growth to more than $6 billion in client assets. We provide world class “fee-only” wealth management solutions, including: investment management, fiduciary services, financial, estate, and tax planning services; all free from conflicts of interest. We also pride ourselves on providing legendary client service, being mindful of our midwest values and never forgetting our roots, dating back to 1902.

OUR SOLUTIONS | Focus and Dedication. We’re Here to Find Solutions For You.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY | Learn About the Central Difference

OUR LATEST INSIGHTS | Information That Matters to You

Navigating Your Post-Retirement Cash Flow
Retirement means your regular paycheck has stopped and now you are in charge of managing your own cash flow.
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CTC ATO Children And Money
Ask A Trust Officer – Children and Money
Regardless of the age of your children it is important to educate them about money and the concepts of earning, spending, saving, investing, and giving.
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Do I Have Enough Money to Retire?
There are many things to take into consideration to answer this question.
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What Does Financial Planning Really Mean?
Financial planning has become a financial services industry term that encompasses many things, and can be confusing if it is not placed in proper context.
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Proposed Legislation Could Change Retirement Plans
The "Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement" bill was passed by the House on May 23 and could drastically change the rules of retirement.
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Selling a Business – Tax Planning Considerations for the Seller
Selling a business can be complicated and daunting – and may bear substantial tax consequences.
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The Central View Q2 2019
Join us for a look at this quarter's insights into the markets and the economy.
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Ask a Trust Officer – I Have a Will, Why Do I Need A Trust?
Having a will doesn't always mean you can avoid probate, but having a trust can be beneficial in avoiding it.
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