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Horizon is a community bank serving Northern and Central Indiana, Central and Southwest Michigan and Central Ohio. Our focus is to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice. This philosophy is what has kept us growing stronger than ever since 1873.
Special Needs Trust and Supplemental Needs Trust are ideal trust solutions if you wish to designate a chronically or severely disabled beneficiary. These trusts will work alongside government benefit programs, ensuring that your beneficiary is receiving the maximum support from these programs and from your trust.
Stop by your local Horizon Bank or call us toll-free on 888-873-2640.
Investment vehicles made available through Horizon Trust & Investment Management are: Not deposits or other obligations of, or guaranteed by Horizon Bank; Not insured by the FDIC; Subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal.
Our Special Needs Trust and Supplemental Needs Trust are often established for individuals with physical or mental developmental challenges, individuals disabled due to accident, and elderly individuals.
The Horizon Bank Special Needs Trust and Supplemental Needs Trust have been designed with an understanding that your beneficiaries may have unique situations where a normal trust could compromise their ability to get the government support they need. With these trusts, we ensure that the assets provided to your beneficiaries through your trust will not prevent them from being eligible for critical benefit programs like Medicaid.
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