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During the first days of the financial crisis, Congress temporarily raised the FDIC limit from $100,000 to $250,000 to protect savers from a rash of bank failures that continues to this day. The financial reform act makes that change permanent, giving savers significantly more protection for their money from the federal government.


 

 

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