The government is running out of money.
The U.S. Treasury Department has warned Americans that they will lose more than $2.4 trillion in taxes and fees if they don’t pay up on debt owed to the government.
But the next shutdown looms.
The president is on a week-long vacation, and the House and Senate are working on a plan to fund the government until January 15, which means that any shutdown is going to happen.
So, what should you do?
Here are some of the most important things you need know to get prepared if you’re going to have to take a hit:Do not give up on the federal government’s debtIf you’re a debt-laden American, you need help.
Debt-ridden Americans are paying for things they didn’t need to pay for, like mortgage interest, health care, and child care.
So, if you owe a lot of money, it can be difficult to find ways to pay it off.
If you have a lot to lose, you might need to give up your home, cars, or retirement accounts.
But even if you do have some cash to give, you can take the steps you need if you have enough money.
For example, you could pay off the mortgage yourself, which could save you thousands of dollars.
If your debts are so high, you may be better off looking for a financial planner.
You can also apply for a personal loan or, if your creditors don’t want you to take on a new loan, ask a credit union or credit union loan manager to take you on a loan.
You might even be able to use a tax-deferred account from your employer.
The good news is that you have options.
Some of the biggest lenders offer debt-free credit cards that are backed by a low-interest rate.
Another option is to open a tax deferred account with a tax credit that will help you avoid paying a tax bill.
Finally, don’t worry about paying back the government and your creditorsIf you are going to need to repay your creditors, it’s a good idea to put your debts in a tax deferral account.
This will allow you to avoid paying interest on the debt that will be due.
And you can set up a tax payment plan that will reduce your taxes and pay them over time.
If you want to make sure your creditors won’t ask for a repayment, you should apply for credit card debt-forgiveness or an installment loan that is backed by your bank.
You may want to consider a debt repayment plan that doesn’t require you to pay off your creditors or that only requires you to repay yourself.
And, if creditors don.t want you, you don’t have to.
If they do, you’re in good shape.
Your best bet is to pay your debts off early and avoid paying more than you owe.
You don’t need your debts to go away, but you should take the first steps toward paying them off as soon as possible.