• A service to customers rendered by banks for a fee whereby securities and valuables of all types and descriptions are held by the bank in the customer's name. .

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 Custodial fees: Fees charged by an institution that holds securities in Safekeeping for an investor.

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Helping Disabled or Elderly Relatives With Money Management, Even From Far Away: Millions of people serve as financial caregivers for ill or elderly spouses, parents, children or other loved ones. They perform services that include paying bills, handling deposits and investments, filing insurance claims and preparing taxes. Because this role can be costly and physically and emotionally exhausting, especially for a caregiver who lives far away or has the usual time-demands, FDIC Consumer News offers some suggestions. More...

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