Are Banks Open On Presidents Day

February 21, 2011 by USA Post 

Are Banks Open On Presidents Day, Most banks are closed in Rhode Island on Presidents Day 2011; Rhode Island will be more likely to find their bank is closed on Presidents Day, also known as Washington’s Birthday. For example, Providence Area Citizens Bank branches in Rhode Island are closed on Presidents Day 2011 for “normal” bank. Local citizens lobbies Bank branch and drive-ins are closed on Presidents Day to make major banking. However, many ATMs and supermarket kiosks and banks are open for deposits and ATM single ATM cash withdrawals. The banks are closed on the anniversary of Washington will resume normal business hours, Tuesday, February 22, 2011. According to the USPS Post Office, there is no delivery in the United States Mail on Presidents’ Day,

Monday, February 21, 2011. Washington’s Birthday is a U.S. Postal holiday, and all post offices are closed to U.S. companies. This includes not only mail delivery to your home or business, but also schedule a post office in the lobby as well. Although most banks usually get the post offices and other federal agencies in close for the Presidents Day holiday, there are some exceptions to the rule.
Wachovia Bank has announced its branches will be open regular hours Monday. State officials credit Union branches will also open. The opening Presidents Day for Wachovia, Wells Fargo now a corporation, is the result of the combination of Wachovia and Wells Fargo practices related to holidays, said spokesman Josh Dunn.

Wachovia has seen 10 public holidays, and Wells Fargo has seen six. A schedule of eight common holidays was passed July 1, 2009. The new calendar Wells Fargo added holiday Veterans Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but do not meet Presidents Day. For SECU is a matter of following the state holiday schedule, which differs slightly from the federal holiday schedule. The state, for example, does not meet Presidents Day but observe Good Friday, when the federal government has no timetable.

Other area banks and credit unions contacted, including Bank of America, Citizens First, BB & T, RBC and Navy Federal Credit Union, said they will be closed in observance of the federal holiday also known as Washington’s birthday. Kim Stewart, director of the Jacksonville branch of The Bank Little, also said will be closed Monday as one of 10 federal holidays. “We respect the federal holiday schedule, but outside of that we keep our regular business hours,” she said. The calendar usually kept by the banks is also observed that the Federal Reserve System, the central banking system of the United States.

Even with the closure, said Stewart raises money and make transactions easier than ever for customers, holiday or not. ATMs allow withdrawal and deposit of funds, many employers now offer direct deposit and online banking offers many options to the bank of the house, “she said.

Banks and post offices will reopen Tuesday, February 22. However, FedEx and other private companies will be open on Presidents Day. But, again, check with your local bank, because a tiny handful, such as Wachovia Bank locations will open. Mail will not be made Monday, February 22 and government offices will be closed for holidays.


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