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H.R.3842 To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the first-time homebuyer tax credit., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Oct 15, 2009 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • First Time Home Buyer With terrible Credit | Home & Garden - December 09, 2010 by Home & Garden - First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension HR 3842. The current first time homebuyer credit is set to expire on December 1st 2009 However that criticism applies to any program with an end dateInformation on the basics on Short Sales the ...

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      As noted by Home & Garden on December 09, 2010, "First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension HR 3842. The current first time homebuyer credit is set to expire on December 1st 2009 However that criticism applies to any program with an end dateInformation on the basics on Short Sales the ..." (http://www.thesafeestate.com/buying-home/first-time-home-buyer-with-terrible-credit.html)
    • Tax Carnival #59: Standard Tax Time - November 01, 2009 by Don't Mess With Taxes - Jim also writes about the possibly continuing credit in First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension (HR 3842), posted at Bargaineering. Dan Meyer makes it clear where he stands on the home buyer credit in Fool Us Once, Shame on You; ...

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      As noted by Don't Mess With Taxes on November 01, 2009, "Jim also writes about the possibly continuing credit in First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extension (HR 3842), posted at Bargaineering. Dan Meyer makes it clear where he stands on the home buyer credit in Fool Us Once, Shame on You; ..." (http://dontmesswithtaxes.typepad.com/dont_mess_with_taxes/2009/11/tax-carnival-59-standard-tax-time.html)
    • homebuyer tax credit « The Sothoron Teams's Blog - October 26, 2009 by The Sothoron Teams's Blog - Representative Kurt Schrader, Democrat from Oregon, and Representative Steve Driehaus, Democrat from Ohio, have co-sponsored a bill, H.R. 3842, that would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the first time homebuyer tax ...

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      As noted by The Sothoron Teams's Blog on October 26, 2009, "Representative Kurt Schrader, Democrat from Oregon, and Representative Steve Driehaus, Democrat from Ohio, have co-sponsored a bill, H.R. 3842, that would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the first time homebuyer tax ..." (http://ksothoron.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/homebuyer-tax-credit/)

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