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OUR PROMISE | Always Acting in the Best Interest of Our Clients

Central Trust Company was founded upon one defining principle, to always act in the best interest of our clients. Through the decades, we’ve grown to more than $6 billion in assets, all while providing world class wealth management solutions, 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. While many firms state that they provide “great service”, we execute on this promise by providing a dedicated wealth management team for each relationship and keeping our client to officer ratios low. This allows us to fully understand the needs of our clients and to develop and maintain a true relationship with them.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

We are always focused upon providing the highest levels of service and experience for our clients. Therefore, we frequently conduct internal and independent client surveys to gain insight and to measure our performance. We are pleased to state that the overwhelming positive response that we continue to receive is a result of our focus on the client experience and client service. Read some of our responses below.

CONNECT WITH US | Stay Up-to-Date with the Latest in Central Trust News

With only weeks left to go in this unfamiliar 2018 post-tax reform landscape, many taxpayers are reflecting on what action steps are needed before year-end. Our Tax Officer, Kristin Carter, shares some critical points to consider. https://t.co/WUcIxswxnw

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LATEST NEWS AND INSIGHTS | Information That Matters to You

Tax Form
2018 Year-End Tax Planning Considerations
Sweeping changes made by the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act to individual, business, and trust & estate tax law require careful consideration and planning to avoid surprises at tax time.
Teaching Money Management Skills to Children
Teaching Money Management Skills and Financial Literacy to Your Children
Regardless of the age of your children, the first step in educating them about finances is communicating what money means to you.
Family Business Succession
Family Business Succession: Surviving the Transition
It's important to be prepared if you want your family business to survive the passing of generations.
Time for a Family Meeting
Time for a Family Meeting
Although it has often been regarded as an unspeakable topic, it is important to talk to your family, especially your adult children, about finances before you are gone.

LATEST FINANCIAL NEWS | Keeping You Informed

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