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 Are IRA accounts insured by the government?

Answer On One Hand: IRAs are Federally InsuredIRAs are federally insured up to a certain amount. Amounts up to $250,000 in an IRA are protected by federal insurance.On the Other: No Insurance After Saving... Read More »
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Are checking accounts insured as saving accounts are?

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insures all bank checking and savings accounts up to $250,000. However, the coverage amount is subject to change in January 2014, according to the F... Read More »
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Is a cd offered by a fdic insured bank insured by government?

Certificates of deposit (CDs) from banks that are covered by the FDIC are insured by the government. As of 2010, the coverage protects the first $250,000 per person, per bank.References:FDIC: Insur... Read More »
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Are brokerage accounts insured?

The Securities Investors Protection Corporation, a non-government entity, protects investors when a brokerage firm closes because of bankruptcy or other financial reasons. It insures up to $500,000... Read More »
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Are retirement accounts insured above $100,000?

Retirement accounts are insurable up to $250,000, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. However, this does not apply to each account--the FDIC considers all accounts where you con... Read More »
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