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The Watermark - National Flood Insurance Program Financial Statements

The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP. 

Watermark First Quarter 2018

Watermark First Quarter 2018: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Second Quarter 2018

Watermark Second Quarter 2018: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Third Quarter 2018

Watermark Third Quarter 2018: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Fourth Quarter 2018

Watermark Fourth Quarter 2018: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark First Quarter 2019

Watermark First Quarter 2019: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Second Quarter 2019

Watermark Second Quarter 2019: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Third Quarter 2019

Watermark Third Quarter 2019: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Fourth Quarter 2019

Watermark Fourth Quarter 2019: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark First Quarter 2020

Watermark First Quarter 2020: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Watermark Second Quarter 2020

Watermark Second Quarter 2020: The Watermark is a quarterly report that provides transparency on the financial state of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The goal is to give interested stakeholders one central location to secure answers to reoccurring questions pertaining to the NFIP.

Last updated Jul 30, 2020

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