ALEXANDRIA, Va.-NCUA announced that it liquidated Yankton Employees Federal Credit Union in South Dakota for insolvency. The agency will issue checks to the credit union's 77 members by April 28. The accounts are insured up to $100,000 by the NCUSIF, NCUA assured. NCUA determined the credit union to be insolvent and shut it down April 24. Yankton Employees Federal Credit Union, chartered in 1969, had $102,913 in assets when it was closed. Member questions about their accounts were directed to NCUA's Asset Management Assistance Center in Austin, Texas.

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