Already planning to restate at least $10.8 billion in earnings, Fannie Mae said it has uncovered more accounting errors relating to insurance, tax credits and investments, though the mortgage lender didn't say whether the mistakes will affect the restatement.
Fannie Mae also announced its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission will be delayed for a fifth quarter to correct financial reports dating back to 2001.
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