Rejoice, as the long wait for a holiday is finally over! (It’s been three months since the last federal holiday, Presidents Day.) Memorial Day, when we honor the brave men and women who died during military service, is just around the corner.
It has become a tradition to spend the three-day weekend by firing up the barbeque grill and enjoying the warm weather. If you’re going on a trip, you can expect fewer fellow travelers on the road. According to projections by motor club AAA, 34.8 million Americans will trek 50 miles or more during the holiday weekend, down 0.9 percent from the 35.1 million people who traveled last year.
Whichever way you plan to spend your days relaxing, you don’t want to put a damper on the weekend by worrying about any financial chores that were left uncompleted. Most banks will be closed on Memorial Day so you’ll want to head to the bank before Monday to finish any money tasks that’s still on your to-do list.
Of the nation’s largest banks, only TD Bank will be open on Monday. TD customers are probably not surprised, given that the bank is open during most federal holidays, except New Year’s, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
All of the top 5 U.S. banks are closed:
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|Bank of America||Closed||Find branches near you|
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|Citibank||Closed||Find branches near you|
|U.S. Bank||Closed||Find branches near you|
Continue to page 2 to see the the Memorial Day holiday schedule for other major U.S. banks.