July 27, 2020

FDIC Resources

The tools you need to make smarter financial decisions.

The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) is committed to helping consumers and small business owners make informed decisions about their money. They provide resources to learn about bank and credit accounts, maintaining a budget, building savings, avoiding scams and more.

Click on the links below to access some of the agency’s most popular online resources.

For Consumers

The FDIC’s Electronic Deposit Insurance Estimator:  This online calculator assists consumers and businesses in determining their deposit insurance coverage for each FDIC-insured bank where they have deposit accounts. EDIE also provides a printable report showing whether those deposits are fully protected or if some exceed the federal limits.

Bank Find: 
An online directory that consumers can use to locate an FDIC-insured institution, learn what happened to a bank that changed names or no longer exists, and more.

Customer Assistance Form:
An easy-to-use form to submit a question to the FDIC or a complaint regarding a financial institution. Of course, consumers with questions or concerns can also call the FDIC toll-free at 1-877-ASK-FDIC, which is 1-877-275-3342.

Money Smart:
A financial education curriculum concentrating on the development of consumers’ financial skills and positive banking relationships.

For Small Businesses

Small Business Lending:
Useful information for small business owners, especially regarding access to loans, plus an online form to ask the FDIC a question or register a concern.

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