National Advisors Trust of South Dakota, Inc. (NATSD) is proud to offer you a Health Savings Account (HSA) through Summit, the nation’s most service-driven, all-in-one HSA solution. In Summit, you have account management, banking, and investments in a single platform.
Per IRS regulations, HSA funds must be held by an authorized Trustee or Custodian. NATSD is honored to serve you in that role. We are a community focused bank and pride ourselves on providing friendly, professional service to our business and personal customers. We believe that we are partners with our customers, helping to ensure your financial success. The mission of NATSD is clear:
To provide a comprehensive selection of trust and custodial services, with its hallmarks being Service, Security, and Trust.
With National Advisors Trust of South Dakota, you maintain the relationship you have with your Plan Service Provider while benefiting from the service of a federally chartered trust company. You can be assured you will receive personal service, attention to detail, and the highest standards of professional excellence from NATSD. We look forward to working with your Plan Service Provider to provide you HSA services that go beyond a simple bank account and put you in control of your health care choices. For more information, visit http://www.nationaladvisors.com/. If you have questions regarding HSAs, email email@example.com.
Complete Account Management At Your Fingertips
One of our goals is to empower you with the tools you need to make wise and informed decisions about your healthcare. A secure web portal gives you 24/7 access to:
- Account Balances and History
- Online Claims Storage Through the patented ClaimsVault®
- Deposit & Withdrawal Capabilities
- Up-to-Date Payment History
- Account Statements
- Investment Options
- Important Forms & Documents
HSA Transfer or Rollover from prior custodian to Summit
Current Account Owners need to complete the HSA Transfer Request Form to request an HSA Transfer or Rollover from prior custodian to HSAToday. Print, complete and submit by mail, email or fax to address details list on form.
Savings and Investments
To maximize your long-term savings, your HSA funds are placed in one of two types of balance accounts.
This account is held in an FDIC Insured Savings Account and earns interest as shown in the “Earning Rates Schedule” section on this page.
An added feature of your savings account is the option of using the Summit MasterCard® debit card. Your card, if made available by your PSP and elected by you, is directly connected to the funds in your savings account. This option makes accessing your HSA funds as easy and convenient as a swipe of the card.
One of the key goals of an HSA is the long-term savings of your money, and you may need access to those funds at any time. Through National Advisors Trust of South Dakota, your HSA funds are readily available if the need arises and can be accessed using the Summit MasterCard® debit card or by check and ACH transfers. Please contact your PSP for assistance.
There is a second, and optional, balance account component of NATSD’s HSA program. Investments, if made available by your PSP, and elected by you, allow you to invest funds into a variety of Mutual Funds. Please see the below "Investments" section for more information.
The Summit HSA Investment Program offers qualified account holders a diverse range of investment alternatives to choose from, along with five professionally managed model portfolios that support varied investment objectives and risk tolerance. This investment program is intended for long-term investments only and not to be used for short-term cash availability. Click here to view a list of available funds.
DataPath Investment Advisors, Inc. (DPIA) is the investment advisor for National Advisors Trust Company and Summit. DPIA screens, selects and monitors the investment options and constructs and maintains the model portfolios. DPIA is a related entity of DataPath Financial Services and DataPath, Inc.
What model portfolios are offered?
The model portfolios, listed from lowest to highest risk levels, include:
Conservative Growth Portfolio - For the Investor who seeks to allocate a large percentage of their portfolio to lower-risk securities such as fixed-income securities. The main goal of a conservative portfolio is to protect the principal value of your portfolio. That is why these models are often called “capital preservation portfolios.” Even if you are very conservative and are tempted to avoid the stock market entirely, some risk exposure in selected funds can help offset inflation. Suggested time horizon for this risk allocation is at least 5 years.
Moderately Conservative Growth Portfolio - For the Investor who seeks to preserve most of the portfolio’s total value but is willing to take on some risk for inflation protection. A common strategy within this risk level is called “current income.” This includes securities that pay a higher level of dividends. The suggested investor’s time horizon least 5 to 8 years.
Balanced Growth Portfolio - For the Investor who seeks a balance between preservation of account value and portfolio risk. The goal is a near even split between low risk fix-income securities and higher-risk growth securities. This strategy also includes securities that pay a higher level of dividends. The Investor’s time horizon for investing should be medium term or greater than 8 years.
Moderately Aggressive Growth Portfolio - For the Investor who has a longer-term strategy (greater than 10 years) and willing to take a medium to higher level of risk to achieve portfolio growth, while still diversifying the portfolio by including fixed-income securities. The strategy is often called “capital growth” strategy. To provide diversification, the portfolio includes fix-income securities.
Aggressive Growth Portfolio - For the investor with a long-term investment strategy (greater than 12 to 15 years) and willing to accept their portfolio value can fluctuates widely from day-to-day. Your main goal is to achieve long-term growth of capital. The strategy of an aggressive portfolio is considered a “capital growth” strategy. To provide diversification, investors with aggressive portfolios usually add some fixed-income securities.
What are the benefits of investing your HSA funds?
Many Americans will depend on personal savings and investments during retirement. Utilizing your Health Savings Account as a long-term investment vehicle is an excellent way to add to your retirement strategy. Whether you are a current HSA account holder or you are just now enrolling, it’s a good idea to consider investing some of your account funds. Here are just a few reasons why:
- Tax-Free Investments: All contributions and earnings in your HSA are considered tax-free by the IRS. They will not be taxed unless you withdraw them for non-medical reasons.
- Portability: There is no use-it-or-lose-it rule associated with HSAs. HSAs are owned by the account holder and roll over year after year. Even if your employment status changes, the money in the account is yours to keep.
- Flexibility: You can change the amount you want to invest and the way the funds are invested. Plus, you can always access the money in your account if the need arises.
- Multiple Investment Options: Pick from one of four investment models or create your very own custom investment portfolio.
Ask your plan service provider about your investing options!
Account Owner's Disclosure
The interest rate applicable to the entire balance in your HSA Deposit Account on any given day will depend on which of the specific balance ranges your daily Account balances falls within on that day:
Rates as of 9/1/2022
$7500 or higher
$2500 to 7499.99
$500 to 2499.99
$0 to 499.99**
*Interest rates are subject to change at any time.
*Fees may reduce earnings.
**The first $500 does not earn interest.
Additional Banking Services***
You are responsible for the payment of the fees as set forth below. However, in some instances, the fees, or a portion thereof, may be paid by an Employer or Plan Service Provider. To the extent the fees are not paid by another entity, we will deduct the fees from your Deposit Account. These fees are subject to change by us at any time (including, but not limited to, the expiration of your High Deductible Health Plan), upon notice to you as required by applicable law.
Monthly Investment Option (Investment Threshold is $1,000)
Deposit Return unpaid
Overdraft/NSF per item
Withdrawal by paper check
Close Account Fee
Balance Transfer Fee (Trustee-to-Trustee)
Stop Payment per item
Wire Transfer (Individual or Employer)
Monthly Statement by mail
Copy of Check, Statement, 1099, 5498
Corrected IRS Filing Fee (non-banking error)
***These are retail rates charged directly to the Individual HSA by the Custodian.
Included with your Summit HSA Account:
Online Account Access
Online Monthly Savings Statements
Online Monthly Investment Statements
Regular Distributions by EFT
Annual Statement by Mail
Form 1099-SA & 5498-SA by Mail
- Summit HSA deposit account offered by National Advisors Trust of South Dakota, Inc. through Centennial Bank, Member FDIC.
- Summit HSA Savings Account is FDIC and can include short-term US Treasuries.
- Summit HSA Investment Account not guaranteed by Custodian or insured by FDIC. May lose value.
- For more details regarding the general terms and conditions that apply to your HSA, please see the Custodial Account Agreement for Health Savings Accounts.
How We Calculate Account Earnings
Each month your interest earned is determined by the daily balance and daily rate for each day of the month using the above rate schedule. The daily rate is multiplied by the principal in the account for each day to get the daily interest earned. The sum of each day’s interest becomes the posted deposit earnings for the month. Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (e.g. checks). Interest is compounded and posted to your account monthly. The interest rate and APY is based on your account balance.
How We Handle Interest Upon Account Closure
If the account is closed on the 1st day of the month, there are no earnings accrued to post. The account is closed and the full balance less pending fees, distributions, or card authorizations, will be distributed. If the account is closed after the 1st day of the month, the system will determine the interest accrued based on the number of days the account was active during the month. This amount is automatically posted to the account prior to the final distribution.
Minimum Deposit for New Accounts
No minimum balance or initial deposit requirements apply to this account.
Overdrafts resulting from checks or ACH transactions will be charged an overdraft/NSF fee directly to the health savings account (see above fee schedule). Overdrafts caused by debit card transactions will not be charged an overdraft/NSF fee. Overdrafts caused by investment purchase that results in a transfer from savings, will not be changed an Overdraft/NSF fee. ATM transactions are not allowed on this account.