Deposit Insurance

Deposit Insurance - deposit insurance Institutions often...

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Deposit insuranceIn the US, the amount of insurance coverage varies depending on how accounts for an individual or family are structured at the institution. The level of insurance is governed by complex FDIC and NCUA rules, available in FDIC and NCUA booklets or online. The standard insurance coverage is currently $250,000 per owner or depositor for single accounts or $250,000 per co-owner for joint accounts. Some institutions use a private insurance company instead of, or in addition to, the Federally backed FDIC or NCUA
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Unformatted text preview: deposit insurance. Institutions often stop using private supplemental insurance when they find that few customers have a high enough balance level to justify the additional cost. The Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service program allows investors to keep up to $50 million invested in CDs managed through one bank with full FDIC insurance.[3] However rates will likely not be the highest available....
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