Attorney General Bondi Advocates for Extended Tax Relief for Distressed Homeowners

Attorney General Bondi Advocates for Extended Tax Relief for Distressed Homeowners

TALLAHASSEE, FL – November 20, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Attorney General Pam Bondi and Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen are leading the national effort by state attorneys general urging Congress to extend tax relief for consumers who have mortgage debt canceled or forgiven due to financial hardship or a decline in housing values. Forty-two state attorneys general have joined Attorney General Bondi and Attorney General Jepsen in signing on to a letter to U.S. House and Senate leaders requesting them to extend this distressed homeowner tax relief, which has been in effect since 2007 and is scheduled to expire Dec. 31, 2012

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