The government shutdown has entered its sixth day, and there doesn't appear to be an immediate end in sight.
The U.S. federal government went into a shutdown at the end of last week after Congress and President Donald Trump failed to strike a deal on federal funding. Most of the hangups surrounded the amount of money designated for border security. Trump wanted $5 billion to support the construction of a wall. Congress aimed to offer $1.6 billion instead.
Anyway, the shutdown will impact nine departments of the government, according to The New York Times.
Housing and Urban Development
Six other departments had their funding approved earlier in the year.
USA Today listed the ways the government shutdown will impact you.
State and local farm service centers will be closed, which will hurt those looking to sign up for the Farm Bill.
Some national parks will close while others remain open, or at least offer limited services.
Small business owners won't have federal loans and technical assistance for their loans.
Home buyers looking to receive federal government money will need to wait.
Victims who receive money from the federal government won't receive that money.
Food safety inspection services will be delayed since the Food and Drug Administration will be shut down.
Those seeking loans for public housing could be impacted.
According to The Times, about 420,000 people will work without pay during the shutdown.
Here's who is expected to work during the shutdown, according to The New York Times:
54,000 Customs and Border Protection agents
42,000 Coast Guard employees
53,000 TSA agents
17,000 correctional officers
14,000 FBI agents
4,000 Drug Enforcement Administration agents
And 380,000 workers will be furloughed, which means they will be unable to work or receive pay until a deal is made. This includes workers for NASA, HUD and the Department of Commerce.