60 Years of Keeping Your Deposits Safe
As the fear of COVID-19 impacts our economy, it is important to understand that for 60 years CoreFirst has worked hard to be well positioned to handle market fluctuations. We have a strong balance sheet and the liquidity to withstand economic disruptions. If you would like more details, visit www.fdic.gov. Here you can learn more about CoreFirst or any other federally insured institution.
Your money is always safest at the bank! CoreFirst is a FDIC insured bank. That means your deposits are secured by the FDIC, backed by the US government, up to the basic FDIC Coverage limits.
It is important to understand how basic FDIC coverage works. Educate yourself on the amount of coverage you have at CoreFirst and any other FDIC insured institution by visiting www.fdic.gov. Make sure to also review account ownership details that may impact your coverage by reviewing how the FDIC insures accounts.
Accounts covered by the FDIC include:
- Checking accounts
- Savings accounts
- Money Market accounts
- Certificates of Deposit
Accounts not covered by the FDIC:
- Safe Deposit Box contents
- Investment accounts