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Fall 2012 Special Edition for Young Adults and Teens

FDIC Consumer News - Fall 2012


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FDIC Consumer News is published by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Martin J. Gruenberg
Chairman

Andrew Gray
Deputy to the Chairman for Communications

Elizabeth Ford
Assistant Director, Office of Communications (OCOM)

Jay Rosenstein
Senior Writer-Editor, OCOM

Mitchell Crawley
Graphic Design

 


Last Updated 12/13/2012

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