Veterans Day may get in the way of you dropping off your paycheck at the bank. Some banks will take Saturday off to observe this federal holiday, while others will celebrate this day for soldiers on Friday. In the same money vein, some banks will remain open for Veterans Day while others will stay closed. Let’s see which banks to avoid and where to go on this day dedicated to the men and women in America’s armed forces.
Look below and you will know which banks are closed and where to go if your bank is open.
Are Banks Open On Veterans Day?
Most banks will be closed for Veterans Day on Saturday. Some banks are taking off on Friday instead. Veterans Day is a federal holiday, so banks are almost forced to give their employees a break on that day. Luckily for you, there’s still online banking and ATM machines you can run to.
TD Bank will remain open this weekend despite the presence of a federal holiday dedicated to veterans.
Are Banks Closed on Veteran’s Day?
A number of banks will close their doors on Veterans Day. They’ll send their employees home to commemorate a time dedicated to all the American soldiers who have served for this nation.
Here’s a list of all the bank closings for Veterans Day:
- JPMorgan Chase
- Bank of America
- Wells Fargo
- People’s United Bank
- First Citizens Bank
- PNC Bank
- Huntington National Bank
- Capital One
- Regions Business Capital
What are the Other Federal Bank Holidays?
Here are the other federal holidays where you can expect massive bank closures…
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- Presidents’ Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Columbus Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
- Memorial Day