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August 20, 2008

Editor's Note
AccountingWEB is grateful to Grant Thornton LLP for providing us with an in-depth analysis of the new Housing and Economic Recovery Act signed into law on July 31. Learn the intricacies of breaks for (kind of) first-time home buyers and homeowners who are having trouble paying for the mortgages to which they committed.

But wait! Some of the breaks aren't really breaks, just loans from the federal government that have to be paid back. AccountingWEB Bloggers Crew member, Jerry Davis, welcomes your comments on this topic.

Best regards,
Gail Perry, CPA
Managing Editor
editor@accountingweb.com



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