Widespread principal reductions could save taxpayers $2.8 billion

The total state revenue loss over the next three years would be between $1.5 billion and $2.3 billion. By 2013, states could be losing as much as $6 billion annually.. -$2.8-$18.2-$32.6-$53.7. the exemption could be complicated to calculate because taxpayers could have lived in several.

Can Quicken Loans save Detroit? Ten days after Quicken Loans Inc. Chairman Dan Gilbert had a stroke, the 55-year-old billionaire remains in the hospital widespread principal reductions could save taxpayers $2.8 billion Quicken Loans, 615 Lafayette, Detroit,

Mortgage Principal Reduction Could Save Taxpayers $2.8 Billion By Gretchen Wegrich Updated on 6/3/2013. By Gretchen Wegrich. An investigation into the potential costs of a widespread mortgage princiapl reduction program discovered that taxpayers would benefit to the tune of $2.8 billion.