Regulators Question Fannie Mae Accounting

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Fannie Mae, the nation's largest source of financing for home mortgages, faces accusations of pervasive accounting problems. Federal regulators say the company, which buys home loans from lenders, deferred $200 million in expenses in 1998, allowing top managers to obtain millions in bonuses. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

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