As a reminder, most banks are closed on this coming Monday, Sept. 5, in observation of Labor Day.
Labor day, a federal holiday first celebrated in New York City in 1882 and created to celebrate the social and economic accomplishments of America’s workforce, is typically recognized on the first Monday of September in the United States. While courthouses, government offices and the New York Stock Exchange are all closed on that day, banks are left to decide whether or not to stay open on their own.
MyBankTracker.com decided to call the banks listed below and found that, with the exception of TD Bank, all will be closed in honor of Labor Day. In true form, America’s most convenient bank will be keep its normal hours this coming Monday.
|Bank of America||Closed|
|Fifth Third Bank||Closed|
*With the exception of certain supermarket locations
Other Banking Options
For those in need of last minute banking options, make sure to explore your financial institution’s online banking services. Most banks offer the following:
- The ability to transfer funds within your account
- The ability to check your current balances across multiple accounts
- Online transaction review capabilities for your linked accounts
- The ability to re-order checks, get copies of paid checks, request copies of statements, stop payment on checks and change address and phone numbers if needed.
Additionally, you can also contact a customer service representative through your bank’s telephone services.
The list above only includes bank opening information for the top 10 largest U.S. banks. If you don’t see your bank on the list or have additional questions make sure to put a call out to the customer service for your financial institution. Most banks will provide a telephone recording to let their customers known their holiday banking hours.
And make sure to check out our bank news section for news on what’s happening with your bank and other while you kick back and relax during the long weekend.