What is the FDIC and why is FDIC coverage important? The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is a governmental corporation that guarantees the safety of deposits at member banks—up to a pre-determined amount. So if a member bank becomes insolvent, customers can feel confident they will not lose their money (currently $250,000 per depositer per insured bank).
Bank failures were more common back around the time of the Great Depression. Until now. And that’s just why it is so important that you protect yourself—today. Not all financial institutions are insured by the FDIC.
EverBank® is a member of the FDIC. Financially speaking, they are rock solid—and so are their accounts. From EverBank, you can expect:
• High yields on checking and money market accounts and CDs
• Accounts that enable you to achieve your financial goals
Stay safe. Stay protected. Your financial future depends on it. We can help make sure your funds are secure.
Call us today and we can talk further about EverBank and their FDIC insured accounts.
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