On Monday, we honor the members of the armed forces who put their lives on the line to protect this country. Although Veterans Day lands on Sunday, the holiday will be observed on Monday. It’s a federal holiday, which means that most banks will not be open.
Bank customers who need to visit a branch should do so on Friday or sometime during the weekend (if the branch usually operates on Saturday or Sunday). For those who are always keeping their eyes on their investments, the stock market will be open on Veterans Day.
Here is the Veterans Day schedule for the biggest banks in country:
|Bank of America||Closed|
TD Bank, staying true to its name for being “America’s Most Convenient Bank,” is the only major bank that will be open during Veterans Day.
HSBC branches may be opened or closed depending on the branch location — it is best to call ahead to see if your local HSBC branch is open for Veterans Day.
For banking transactions that do not require a branch visit, bank customers can try online or mobile banking. As always, ATMs will continue to operate.
However, since Veterans Day is not considered a “business day” certain transactions may complete on Tuesday rather than Monday.
If your bank is closed on Monday, take the opportunity to perform your banking ahead of time — so you’re not caught off guard. Hopefully, you will be enjoying the day off from work.
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