Coast Guard families told they can have garage sales to cope with government shutdown
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Started by mojo - Jan. 10, 2019, 7:06 a.m.

Employees of the U.S. Coast Guard who are facing a long U.S. government     shutdown just received a suggestion: To get by without pay, consider     holding a garage sale, babysitting, dog-walking or serving as a “mystery     shopper.”

The suggestions were part of a      five-page tip sheet     published by the Coast Guard Support Program, an employee-assistance arm of     the service often known as CG SUPRT. It is designated to offer Coast Guard     members help with mental-health issues or other concerns about their lives,     including financial wellness. 

“Bankruptcy is a last option,” the document said.

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