Community bank investment programs appear to be fully recovered from the fallout the 2008 financial crisis. 

The programs generated a generous $521.6 million in income for the banks in 2012, the most they have ever produced in the five years that such data has been collected, according to a new report from consulting and research firm Michael White Associates.

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