FDIC | Definition/ef·dee·ai-see/
An account | expense | economy | pension | bitcoin | 401(k) | lender | wealth | return | grant | asset | check | fafsa | will | wage | bank | loan | bond | fund | spac | debt | atm | apr | definitionsthat meets the requirements to be covered or insured by the Federal Deposit insurance | portfolio | custodian | equity | stocks | definition sCorporation (FDIC). An FDIC Insured Account has to be in a bank that is a participant of the FDIC program. The different accounts that can be FDIC insured are NOW, checking, savings, Certificate of Deposits (CD) and money market | bank deposit | working poor | forbearance | credit card | stockbroker | fringe loan | underbanked | scholarship | beneficiary | mutual fund | chexsystems | stock split | trust fund | investment | debit card | withdrawal | work study | tax credit | employment | index fund | reconcile | co-signer | net worth | deferment | liability | redlining | black tax | treasurer | reimburse | ownership | tax forms | monetary | interest | unbanked | currency | altcoins | 529 plan | definitionsdeposit accounts. Accounts that do not qualify as FDIC insured accounts are safe deposit boxes, investment accounts (stocks, bonds, etc.) mutual funds, life insurance policies, etc.
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