FHFA watchdog wants accounting changes implemented faster

The inspector general for the Federal Housing Finance Agency wants to see Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac move faster in implementing accounting changes it earlier promised. These accounting changes would require the organizations to write off estimated losses on loans on which borrowers haven't made payments for approximately six months. The accounting change is set for 2015 but the inspector general wants to see it implemented sooner.

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