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Columbus Day is a federal holiday, so most banks are closed. However, not all banks close for federal holidays; some remain open for normal business hours, while others are open for only part of the day. More »

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For 2014 and 2015, Chase Bank is open on Columbus Day. Columbus Day is technically considered a bank holiday, but banks are not required to observe it if they want to remain open for normal or shortened business hours. More »

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The U.S. government recognizes Columbus Day, the second Monday in October, as a federal holiday. Many government offices and banks are closed on Columbus Day, and some private businesses may close as well. More »

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Although Columbus Day is considered a federal holiday, some banks are open. Larger financial institutions such as TD Bank, Wells Fargo and Chase are open on Columbus Day. Most banks have a list of holidays they observe a... More »

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For 2014 and 2015, Chase Bank is open on Columbus Day. Columbus Day is technically considered a bank holiday, but banks are not required to observe it if they want to remain open for normal or shortened business hours. More »

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Wells Fargo Bank is open on Columbus Day. Even so, some banking aspects, such as securing a loan, can be delayed a day. More »

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In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt established Columbus Day as a federal holiday. However, Columbus Day had already been unofficially celebrated in the United States since the 18th century. More »

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