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Bank Accounts (FDIC)

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) provides deposit insurance to financial institutions and depositors of these institutions. If a financial institution is closed by a regulatory agency, the FDIC is appointed as Receiver and is responsible for the payment of insured deposits and the liquidation of the remaining assets. If you did not claim your funds previously you now have another opportunity to do so.

http://www2.fdic.gov/funds/index.asp

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Brokerage Accounts (SIPC)

The Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) either acts as trustee in a missing asset case to recover funds. Customers of a failed brokerage firm receive all non-negotiable securities that are registered in their names. All other so-called "street name" securities are distributed on a pro rata basis. At the same time, funds from the SIPC reserve are available to satisfy the remaining claims of each customer up to a maximum of $500,000. This figure includes a maximum of $100,000 on claims for cash.

http://216.181.142.217/sipc/module/login.cfm

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Credit Union Accounts (NCUA)

The National Credit Union Administration pays members when federally insured credit unions liquidate.

http://www.ncua.gov/AssetMgmtCent/unclaimed/unclaimed.html

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Pensions (PBGC)

Is it possible that you or someone you know may be owed a pension benefit without knowing it? If you worked for a company in the past that went out of business or ended its defined benefit pension plan, you may be entitled to pension money. Although the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) has been successful in reuniting many people with their pensions, the people listed in our Pension Search Directory have not been located yet. We are determined to find them.

http://www.pbgc.gov/MissingParticipant/missingParticipantSearch.jsp

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Savings Bonds (Treasury)

Did you know that each year, over 15,000 savings bonds and 25,000 payments return to the Department of the Treasury as undeliverable? In addition, over $9 billion worth of savings bonds have stopped earning interest, but haven't been cashed. Search the database and find out if you need to cash in some bonds!

http://www.treasurydirect.gov/indiv/tools/tools_treasuryhunt.htm

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