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Also note that the EDIE at the FDIC is not accurate for credit unions.

In what ways does it differ?

Here's an NCUA pdf file that details their insurance coverage limits:
http://www.ncua.gov/ShareInsurance/SpecialBulletin.pdf

In particular, the second page shows coverage limits that look exactly the same to me as those of FDIC insurance.

If there are differences (and I don't doubt you, but I don't know what they are), I think the main things most people are interested in are the same.

Ken (who forgot that retirement accounts are now covered up to $250k)
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