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State Regulations

South Dakota

Degree of Regulation

Issuance of charitable gift annuities is regulated under South Dakota Codified Laws Section 58-1-16.

In order to issue gift annuities in the state, a charity must meet the following regulatory requirements:

  • have been in continuous operation for at least 10 years
  • have at least $500,000 in unrestricted cash, cash equivalents or publicly traded securities, exclusive of the assets funding the annuity agreement as of the date of the annuity agreement
  • be a qualified organization (a qualified organization means an organization which is either domiciled in South Dakota and has its principal place of business in South Dakota or is qualified to do business in South Dakota as a foreign corporation, and which is exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a charitable organization and regularly files a copy of Federal Form 990 in the Office of the Attorney General or is exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Intern Revenue Code as a religious organization or is exempt as a publicly owned or nonprofit, privately endowed educational institution approved, accredited, or licensed by the state board of education, the north central association of colleges and schools, or an equivalent public authority of the jurisdiction where the institution is located.)

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