TARP was no win for the taxpayers

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Almost 30 months after its birth, TARP is far from dead. More than 550 banks, AIG, GM, Chrysler and others still have approximately $160 billion of taxpayer money outstanding. TARP was no win for.

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The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) is a program initiated by the US government, funded by taxpayers, in October 2008 to bail out the banking and housing sector after the 2008 financial crisis. due to the program’s complexity and "repayment" schemes, there has been different estimates of what TARP would ultimately cost.

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After Sunday the Treasury can no longer commit money to new initiatives. did so in a manner that, I believe, won't cost the taxpayer anything.

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The Treasury Department spent $7.8 billion of the tarp monies helping taxpayers with underwater mortgages get cheaper loans. But $1.2 billion has been lost on loan modifications for borrowers who later defaulted anyway. The outcome might have been worse. The government spent about $475 billion in the TARP bailout, most of which has been paid back.

A Retrospective of the Troubled Asset relief program katalina Bianco, J.D. Banking Law Analyst . Introduction Although authority for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) expired on Oct. 3, 2010, the. hold and sell troubled assets so as to minimize the cost of TARP to taxpayers.

Not every TARP program over-performed.. That's good news for taxpayers — but they probably won't learn about this surprising bipartisan.

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