Community banks are finding it extremely difficult to check out of the 18-month-old Troubled Asset Relief Program.

While all of the big banks have repurchased or converted preferred stock, and two-thirds of the regionals have followed suit, community banks are expected to hold the vast majority of unpaid Tarp funds on their balance sheets by the program's two-year anniversary.

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