FDIC Insurance Limits

As part of the FDIC’s temporary liquidity guarantee program, participating institutions get full FDIC coverage for non-interest bearing transaction deposit accounts, regardless of dollar amount, until December 31, 2009. For purposes of the rule, the FDIC’s definition of a non-interest bearing transaction account is a traditional checking account that allows for an unlimited number of deposits and withdrawals at any time, and pays no interest.

Central National Bank is participating in this program, so our customers get full FDIC coverage on every dollar in their non-interest bearing checking accounts, regardless of the account balance. Business accounts and personal accounts qualify for the unlimited coverage, as long as they are transaction accounts that do not earn interest.

To clarify: all of our bank deposit account types are FDIC insured up to the $250,000 limit per depositor. The unlimited coverage is only offered on our non-interest bearing transaction accounts.

 

FDIC’s Press Release: http://www.fdic.gov/news/news/press/2008/pr08105.html

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