Agency Information Collection Activities: Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request
The FDIC, as part of its continuing effort to reduce paperwork and respondent burden, invites the general public and other Federal agencies to take this opportunity to comment on revisions to an existing information collection, as required by the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. chapter 35). On November 24, 2009 (74 FR 61351), the FDIC solicited public comment for a 60-day period on revision of its “Forms Related to Processing Deposit Insurance Claims” information (OMB No. 3064-0143). No comments were received. Therefore, the FDIC hereby gives notice of its submission of the information collection to OMB for review.
Table of Contents
- Forms Currently in Use
- Estimated Number of Respondents and Burden Hours for Forms in Use After Revision of Collection
- Request for Comment
Comments must be submitted on or before March 3, 2010.
Interested parties are invited to submit written comments. All comments should refer to the name of the collection. Comments may be submitted by any of the following methods:
•Mail: Leneta G. Gregorie (202.898.3719), Counsel, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, PA1730-3000, 550 17th Street, NW., Washington, DC 20429.
•Hand Delivery: Comments may be hand-delivered to the guard station at the rear of the 550 17th Street Building (located on F Street), on business days between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
A copy of the comments may also be submitted to the FDIC Desk Officer, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, New Executive Office Building, Room 10235, Washington, DC 20503.
For further information contact: ↑
For further information about the revisions discussed in this notice, please contact Leneta G. Gregorie, by telephone at (202) 898-3719 or by mail at the address identified above. In addition, copies of the proposed revised Forms 7200/05 and 7200/09, and proposed new Form 7200/18 can be obtained at the FDIC's Web site (http://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/federal/).
Supplementary information: ↑
The FDIC is requesting OMB approval to make minor revisions to simplify and clarify three of the forms, and eliminate one of the forms, used in support of deposit insurance activities related to failed banks.
Title: Forms Related to Processing of Deposit Insurance Claims.
Forms Currently in Use ↑
Declaration for Testamentary Deposit (Single Grantor), Form 7200/03
Declaration for Public Unit Deposit, Form 7200/04
Declaration for Trust, Form 7200/05
Declaration of Independent Activity, Form 7200/06
Declaration of Independent Activity for Unincorporated Association, Form 7200/07
Declaration for Joint Ownership Deposit, Form 7200/08
Declaration for Testamentary Deposit (Multiple Grantors), Form 7200/09
Declaration for Defined Contribution Plan, Form 7200/10
Declaration for IRA/KEOGH Deposit, Form 7200/11
Declaration for Defined Benefit Plan, Form 7200/12
Declaration of Custodian Deposit, Form 7200/13
Declaration for Health and Welfare Plan, Form 7200/14
Declaration for Plan and Trust, Form 7200/15.
Estimated Number of Respondents and Burden Hours for Forms in Use After Revision of Collection ↑
|FDIC document||Hours perresponse||Number of respondents||Burden hours|
|Declaration for Public Unit Deposit, Form 7200/04||0.50||500||250|
|Declaration for Trust, Form 7200/05||0.50||900||450|
|Declaration of Independent Activity, Form 7200/06||0.50||25||12.5|
|Declaration of Independent Activity for Unincorporated Association, Form 7200/07||0.50||25||12.5|
|Declaration for Joint Ownership Deposit, Form 7200/08||0.50||25||12.5|
|Declaration for Testamentary Deposit, Form 7200/09||0.50||1,500||750|
|Declaration for Defined Contribution Plan, Form 7200/10||1.0||50||50|
|Declaration for IRA/KEOGH Deposit, Form 7200/11||0.50||50||25|
|Declaration for Defined Benefit Plan, Form 7200/12||1.0||200||200|
|Declaration of Custodian Deposit, Form 7200/13||0.50||50||25|
|Declaration for Health and Welfare Plan, Form 7200/14||1.0||200||200|
|Declaration for Plan and Trust, Form 7200/15||0.50||1,300||650|
|Additional Burden for Deposit Brokers Only||70||137|
|New Form To Be Added:|
|Declaration for Irrevocable Trust, Form 7200/18||0.50||200||100|
General Description of Collection: The collection involves forms used by the FDIC to obtain information from individual depositors and deposit brokers necessary to supplement the records of failed depository institutionsto make determinations regarding deposit insurance coverage for depositors of failed institutions. The information provided allows the FDIC to identify the actual owners of an account and each owner's interest in the account.
Current Action: The FDIC is requesting OMB approval to make modifications, which may be considered substantive and material, to the following forms: Declaration for Trust, Form 7200/05, and Declaration for Testamentary Deposit (Multiple Grantors), Form 7200/09. In addition, the FDIC proposes to eliminate its Declaration for Testamentary Deposit (Single Grantors), Form 7200/03, combining it with the newly modified Form 7200/09, Declaration for Testamentary Deposit; and add to the collection a new form, Declaration for Irrevocable Trust, Form 7200/18. Specifically, with respect to Form 7200/05, the FDIC is changing the title of the form to “Declaration for Revocable Trust,” thereby eliminating use of the form for irrevocable trusts; deleting the request for information on ownership interest (by percentage or dollar amount); adding a request for information on beneficiary type (i.e., individual, charity, or non-profit) and adding, for charitable or non-profit organizations, a request that the respondent indicate whether the charity or non-profit is recognized by the IRS. The FDIC believes that the changes to Form 7200/05 do not render it any more or less burdensome than the existing form; therefore, the estimated time to complete the form is unchanged. There is, however, an estimated decrease (of 200) in the number of respondents because the form will no longer be used to collect information for irrevocable trusts. With respect to Form 7200/09, the FDIC is proposing to combine it with Form 7200/03, making it applicable to both single and multiple grantor testamentary deposits; eliminate the request for information regarding the relationship of each beneficiary to the grantors; eliminate the requirement to provide a date of death for any named beneficiaries who are deceased; add a request for information on beneficiary type (i.e., individual, charity, or non-profit) and add, for charitable or non-profit organization beneficiaries, a request that the respondent indicate whether the charity or non-profit is recognized by the IRS. The FDIC believes that changes to Form 7200/09 do not render it any more or less burdensome than the existing form. Although the number of respondents has increased to reflect inclusion of respondents to discontinued Form 7200/03, the impact on overall burden for the collection is neutral. With respect to new Form 7200/18, it will collect information regarding irrevocable trusts that previously was collected on Form 7200/05. However, unlike old Form 7200/05, new Form 7200/18 does not request information on the ownership interest (percentage or dollar amount) of beneficiaries, or the date of death or any deceased beneficiaries, but does collect information on the beneficiary type (i.e., individual, charity or non-profit) and, for charitable or non-profit organizations, on whether the entity is recognized by the IRS. The estimated response time for new Form 7200/18 is 30 minutes and the estimated number of respondents is 200. Therefore, the impact of all of the changes on overall burden estimates for the collection is neutral.
Request for Comment ↑
Comments are invited on:(a) Whether these collections of information are necessary for the proper performance of the FDIC's functions, including whether the information has practical utility; (b) the accuracy of the estimate of the burden of the information collection, including the validity of the methodology and assumptions used; (c) ways to enhance the quality, utility, and clarity of the information to be collected; and (d) ways to minimize the burden of the information collection on respondents, including through the use of automated collection techniques or other forms of information technology. All comments will become a matter of public record.Dated at Washington, DC, this 26th day of January 2010. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Valerie J. Best, Assistant Executive Secretary.