Lasting for more than a month, the longest government shutdown in US history brought forth numerous financial lessons, as stories of food lines, unpaid rent, and dire financial need came from government workers pushed to their monetary limits. While the future remains uncertain, it is clear that there is much we should learn from this experience—even those of us who don’t work for the government or aren’t hanging on the edge of a financial knife.
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