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Tax Assessments

Now’s a good time to take stock of your tax situation.

Union members protest during the 2013 government shutdown.

What Feds Furloughed During the Shutdown Need to Know About Their Back Pay and Leave

OPM puts out a memo clarifying how federal workers sent home during the shutdown will be compensated.

Federal Employee Advocates Increasingly Frustrated by Cycle of Stopgap Spending Bills

Lawmakers appear resigned to another short-term funding package, despite calls for a full-year budget deal.

Copies of Trump's fiscal 2018 budget request await distribution to congressional staffers.

Trump to Issue 2019 Budget and Workforce Cutting Plans on Feb. 12

Blueprint will come a week late thanks to the shutdown, OMB says.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders speaks to reporters Monday.

White House Says All Feds Should Expect to Return to Work Tuesday

Three-day shutdown only led to a half-day furlough for most non-excepted feds.

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., speaks to the media after attending a meeting with a bipartisan group of senators on Monday, Jan. 22, on day three of the government shutdown.

Update: Lawmakers Approve Post-Shutdown Back Pay for Feds

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., advocated quick action to compensate federal employees for lost hours on Monday.

An AFGE activist in Iowa protests the 2013 government shutdown.

White House Supports Back Pay for Feds Who Would Be Furloughed During Shutdown

Trump administration wants to keep agencies open during a potential appropriations lapse, but is unclear which agencies will have the funds.

OMB Director Mick Mulvaney conducts a press briefing on Friday with a shutdown looming.

Mulvaney: Shutdown Chance 'Between 50 and 60 Percent'

OMB director claims Obama "weaponized" the 2013 shutdown.

Federal workers protest the government shutdown in October 2013.

UPDATED: See Who Gets Sent Home in a Shutdown

Some agencies would furlough virtually everyone, while others would remain completely open if there is a lapse in appropriations.