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Learn how deposit insurance works and whether the FDIC insures your deposits.
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New Deposit Insurance Limits - Congress has temporarily increased FDIC deposit insurance from $100,000 to $250,000 per depositor through December 31, 2009. Changes have also been made to other account types. For more information visit: Deposit Insurance Coverage Summary


Frequently Asked Questions for Deposit Insurance

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 Bank Find
Search for your bank to find out if it is insured; find the locations of your bank's branches; find out if your bank has merged or been acquired; or review your bank's history.

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 Are My Deposits Insured?
Find out how FDIC deposit insurance works and estimate coverage on your deposits.

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 Uninsured Investments
Determine which investments are not insured by the FDIC.

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 The Deposit Insurance Fund
Learn about the FDIC's risk-based premium system and the deposit insurance reform legislation. This includes the FDIC's Assessment Rate Calculator.

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 International Deposit Insurance
Find out how the FDIC fosters communication and coordination among other countries' deposit insurance systems.

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