The Independent Bankers Association of America has decided to swallow hard and endorse Congress' plan to shore up the Savings Association Insurance Fund.

The legislative fix would require banks to pay 75% of the roughly $800 million due every year on Financing Corp. bonds. In return for this help, thrifts would pay a one-time fee raising $6 billion to rebuild their insurance fund.

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