F.H.A., Short Billions, May Need Rescue by Taxpayers
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F.H.A., Short Billions, May Need Rescue by Taxpayers

Washington : DC : USA | Nov 15, 2012 at 9:15 PM PST
Source: The New York Times
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The Federal Housing Administration , a government agency that insures mortgages, is on the verge of requiring taxpayer financing for the first time in its eight-decade history. An independent audit to be released on Friday projects that the administration will not have the cash reserves to pay all... FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times
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The report noted that the conflict now costs US taxpayers 100 billion dollars a year
The report noted that the conflict now costs US taxpayers 100 billion dollars a year
 
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