Banks in the United States are closed on Veterans Day. For the most part, banks follow the same national holiday schedule throughout the year and in every state.
Banks in the United States observe major holidays, such as Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years Day, as well as patriotic holidays such as Independence Day, Memorial Day and Labor Day. They also observe less common holidays such as the birthdays of Martin Luther King, Jr., and George Washington. Some smaller banks have different observance patterns for certain holidays, including popular ones such as Independence Day or more sedate ones such as Presidents Day.