The federal government will shut down on Friday, but that’s not all that it will do.
Instead, the shutdown will be a partial shutdown, meaning that people who are allowed to access government services won’t be able to do so.
But there are plenty of people who have a lot to do, so they will still be able access those services.
That includes students, public employees, and contractors.
What’s happening in the government Shutdown will probably not be the last government shutdown, and the shutdown has become one of the most controversial topics in Washington.
While the shutdown is technically a partial one, it will be longer and more disruptive than most people think.
Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening.
What is the shutdown?
The government shutdown is an ongoing, nationwide shutdown that began after the House of Representatives failed to pass a bill that would fund the government through September.
As of Tuesday afternoon, a total of 19 states and the District of Columbia had already imposed their own temporary shutdowns and, for the first time, Congress had to declare a state of emergency.
The House of Representative and Senate are currently negotiating on a spending bill.
What are the conditions?
In some ways, the government shutdown will look similar to the 2011 government shutdown.
This time, the federal government isn’t spending money on people, it’s paying people to stay home.
This is because the spending bill that the Senate passed last week includes a $1.9 trillion increase in the debt ceiling, a new “fiscal cliff” for the country, and other provisions that will affect how much money the government spends.
For example, it requires Congress to spend a certain amount of money on defense, which is a huge blow to the military and its ability to pay its bills.
Other bills include: A $1 trillion increase to the Pentagon budget, which will be paid for by cuts to the National Security Agency and other elements of the federal intelligence community; $400 billion in spending cuts for the Environmental Protection Agency, the Food and Drug Administration, and others; a $2 trillion increase for the Medicare program, which includes seniors; and $1 billion for a national highway fund.
These spending bills are all part of the continuing resolution, which President Donald Trump has pledged to use to raise the debt limit.
That means they will likely be passed by the House and Senate as part of an appropriations process.
How will the shutdown affect businesses?
It will be the biggest disruption to the economy since the financial crisis.
That’s because, unlike the 2011 shutdown, this shutdown is about more than just the government.
The shutdown has caused job losses, hurt businesses, and led to an increase in food and water shortages.
The government will also impose costs on people and businesses, so businesses that rely on government benefits such as unemployment insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid may be unable to make payroll or pay their workers.
And for many of the people who work in government services, the disruptions will affect their ability to make money.
In some cases, they may have to pay more for those services than they normally would.
How do I get my federal income tax refund?
If you have been a government employee, you’ll have to file a tax return.
You’ll need to make sure that you’ve paid all of your taxes on time, and that you file your tax returns regularly.
The IRS has an online form to help you with filing your tax return, which you can download and fill out.
The form will tell you whether you have a refundable credit or a credit that’s limited to certain types of income.
You can find out which type of refundable credits you can claim in IRS Publication 525.
The deadline for filing a return for the 2019 and 2020 tax years is Friday, September 1.
You will also need to report the amount of your federal income taxes on Form 1040.
For information about how to file your taxes online, check out this guide from the IRS.
How long will it take to get my refund?
You’ll have until Friday to file Form 1038, which gives you an estimated date of payment.
That payment deadline is Friday for both 2019 and 2018.
If you didn’t file your return in time, your tax refunds will be delayed until that time.
If your tax refund is delayed, you may have other problems with your payments.
You might not be able pay your bill in full, and your credit card may be charged interest.
If this happens to you, you can still get your refunds by calling the IRS and giving them the amount due.
What can I do if I lose my job?
If your employer has lost a job, the IRS will help you get a new job, pay for your new job with your federal and state income tax refunds, and set up a new tax return to make your taxes payable.
The amount you have to give to the IRS depends on whether you’re getting paid at the same rate or with a different rate.
If the IRS has