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 Are Money Market Funds Federally Insured?

Answer Money market funds are not federally insured because such funds are investments that risk losing money in exchange for the possibility of higher rates of return. The exception are money market acco... Read More »
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Are money market accounts federally insured?

A money market deposit account is an interest-bearing account at a bank that is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). However, money market mutual funds are not insured by th... Read More »
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Are money market funds insured?

On One Hand: Money Market FundsMoney market funds are not insured. According to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), money market funds typically invest in government securities, certifica... Read More »
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Are money market funds FDIC insured?

Money market deposit accounts are covered by FDIC insurance for up to $250,000 per person, per financial institution. Money market mutual fund accounts are not FDIC insured because they are investm... Read More »
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Are money market mutual funds insured?

Money market mutual funds are not insured by the FDIC because they are an investment rather than a deposit account. However, the Securities and Exchange Commission regulates the investments, so mon... Read More »
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