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Here we go again…Government shutdown on the horizon. What about Social Security?

The March 1 deadline for funding legislation would mean a partial shutdown, as explained in a post on the website. Following the “laddered” continuing resolution enacted in January, the partial shutdown would affect a limited number of agencies and, if resolution is not achieved by March 8, the remaining agencies would go into shutdown. The Social Security Administration falls into the “essential” category, so mandatory benefit payments are expected to continue unaffected. Read the Gibson Dunn post here more details on the shutdown situation.

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