U.S. Business Holidays Calendar​​

An easy reference calendar of common business holidays in the U.S.

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New Year's DayJanuary 1Tuesday
Memorial DayMay 27Monday
Independence DayJuly 4Thursday
Labor DaySeptember 2Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 28Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 29Friday
Christmas DayDecember 25Wednesday
New Year's DayJanuary 1Wednesday
Memorial DayMay 25Monday
Independence DayJuly 3*Friday
Labor DaySeptember 7Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 26Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 27Friday
Christmas DayDecember 25Friday
New Year's DayJanuary 1Friday
Memorial DayMay 31Monday
Independence DayJuly 5*Monday
Labor DaySeptember 6Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 25Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 26Friday
Christmas DayDecember 24*Friday
New Year's DayJanuary 1*Friday
Memorial DayMay 30Monday
Independence DayJuly 4Monday
Labor DaySeptember 5Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 24Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 25Friday
Christmas DayDecember 26*Monday
New Year's DayJanuary 2*Monday
Memorial DayMay 29Monday
Independence DayJuly 4Tuesday
Labor DaySeptember 4Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 23Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 24Friday
Christmas DayDecember 25Monday
New Year's DayJanuary 1Monday
Memorial DayMay 27Monday
Independence DayJuly 4Thursday
Labor DaySeptember 2Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 28Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 29Friday
Christmas DayDecember 25Wednesday
New Year's DayJanuary 1Wednesday
Memorial DayMay 26Monday
Independence DayJuly 4Friday
Labor DaySeptember 1Monday
Thanksgiving DayNovember 27Thursday
Friday after ThanksgivingNovember 28Friday
Christmas DayDecember 25Thursday

While businesses in the United States are not legally required to observe national, state, or religious holidays, the vast majority of U.S. businesses observe the following seven holidays, usually following the federal holiday calendar.

* When a legal public holiday falls on a Saturday, it is usually observed on the preceding Friday for pay and leave purposes. When the holiday falls on a Sunday, it is usually observed on the following Monday for pay and leave purposes.

More Information about U.S. Business Holidays

Some employers in the U.S. create additional employee holidays, such as a floating holiday or the employee’s birthday. They may also observe one or more of the following holidays based on industry, custom, or tradition: New Year’s Eve, Presidents Day, Easter, Columbus Day, Christmas Eve.

Redcort Software Inc. assumes no liability and makes no warranties on or for the information contained on these pages. The information presented is intended for reference only and is neither tax nor legal advice. Consult a professional tax, legal or other advisor to verify this information and determine if and/or how it may apply to your particular situation.

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