2012-12-12 — huffingtonpost.com
The Treasury often tries to put the best spin possible on its bailout costs. And as night follows day, bailout watchdogs often disagree with the Treasury. Sure enough, Neil Barofsky, the former special inspector general of the government's bailout program for AIG, banks and automakers, known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program, warned that the department's AIG final profit tally relies on fancy accounting.
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