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While all eyes are turned to the U.S. government's enormous debt, few have given equal attention to the massive costs and risks embedded in another of the government's financial functions: its role as lender rather than borrower. Flaws in the way the government accounts for its loans and credit guarantees understate the costs that taxpayers are bearing with student loans and other credit programs totaling more than $2.5 trillion, plus more than $5 trillion in mortgages backed by the federally owned companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In fact, a proper accounting -- like that required of most businesses -- would make the government's ... read full article

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