Despite shutdown, government will still collect your taxes
The government shut down on Tuesday, and with it came the interruption of many federal services.
Here is a list of facts that provide insight into what areas of government are affected most, how many federal employees are feeling the crunch and how much the shutdown costs per hour, etc.
If previous trends are a good predictor of how long the shutdown will last, the federal government will be back on track soon.
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