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Summary of EXPIRE 2014

The bill extends for two years the $250 above-the-line tax deduction for teachers and other school professionals for expenses paid or incurred for books, supplies (other than non-athletic supplies for courses of instruction in health or physical education), computer equipment (including related software and service), other equipment, and supplementary materials used by the educator in the classroom. A two year extension of this provision is estimated to cost $430 million over 10 years.

Chairman’s Mark EXPIRE Act

Description of the Chairman's mark of the "Expiring Provision Improvement Reform and Efficieny (EXPIRE) Act".

Fitch Ratings 2014 Outlook

Rating and Sector Outlook Stable: Fitch expects most state housing finance agency (SHFA) ratings to be stable in the coming year following five years of Negative Rating Outlooks.

Standard & Poor’s Report Card on HFA Single-Family Programs

U.S. Public Finance Report Card: State Housing Finance Agencies’ Single-Family Programs Strengthen On Federal Support and Higher Equity

Summary of the Housing Finance Reform and Taxpayer Protection Act of 2013 (Corker-Warner)

The Housing Finance Reform and Taxpayer Protection Act of 2013 (S. 1217), also known as Corker-Warner, would phase out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over five years and replace them with the Federal Mortgage Insurance Corporation (FMIC), which would sell federal guaranteed catastrophic reinsurance on mortgage-backed securities (MBSs), among other provisions.

Standard & Poor’s Report on U.S. Housing Finance Agency Financial Ratios And Ratings Improve During A Weak Recovery

Amid the recovery in the housing market, financial ratios for U.S. housing finance agencies (HFAs) improved across the board in fiscal 2012 for the second straight year.

Moody’s Report on US State Housing Finance Agencies Outlook

10/8/2013 Moody's Investors Services report detailing an increased "Industry Outlook" rating for Housing Finance Agencies

REALTORS Letter to Fin. Services Chair Hensarling on the PATH Act

The one million members of the National Association of REALTORS® oppose the “Protecting American Taxpayers and Homeowners Act” (PATH Act).

Moody’s Analysis of Protecting Taxpayers and Homeowners Act (PATH Act)

"The housing finance system needs reform. But reform’s success depends on striking the appropriate balance between the benefits of the private market and the backstop of the federal government..."