No matter how we earn a living, ultimately every person has to live by her or his wits.
In today’s Federal Newscast, two senators asked the Transportation Security Administration for its plan if staffing shortages and call outs continue.
The longer the shutdown goes, the more nerves fray. It’s downright crabby out there.
The IRS will exempt more than half of its total workforce if the partial government shutdown extends into the upcoming filing season, according to updated guidance the agency released Tuesday.
Abraham Grungold, a Florida-based U.S. Postal Service employee and financial coach shares his guide for getting through a prolonged government shutdown.
Republican lawmakers optimistic Trump administration would not use disaster money to fund border wall
The House passed a bill Friday that would guarantee back pay to more than 800,000 federal employees who missed a paycheck Friday.
While federal employees are left with few safety nets in terms of immediate financial assistance, local business in the Washington metro region have offered free or reduced-priced services during the shutdown.
Even with a shutdown in place, there is much to discuss about the workings of the federal government as the new year begins. Tune in this Friday, January 11 for the first FEDTalk of 2019. A roundtable of guests will be providing the most up to date federal news while taking a look back on the successes, and failures, of 2018.
The shutdown has created a kaleidoscopic of open, sort-of-open and closed federal operations. As it spins, the effects spread wider and wider.