What are the July 5, 2010 holiday closings in honor of the Fourth of July? This year July 4th fell on a Sunday with many businesses giving employees time off on July 5. It is a USPS holiday with other federal offices closed and many major businesses.
According to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management website, the post office holidays 2010 fall on July 5. That means you won't be receiving regular mail at your home or office today. Federal government offices are closed on July 5 including courts and motor vehicles departments.
Many banks and business offices are closed on July 5. Before going to the bank or to pay your auto insurance, it is a wise idea to call first to make sure the office is open.
The New York Times reports the stock and bond market is closed today. Investors can take time to do some research when the market opens tomorrow.
Most sanitation departments are not operating on July 5. All the garbage from your Fourth of July festivities will have to wait until tomorrow to be picked up.
Many stores are open with exciting Fourth of July sales. Kohls is open late with 45% to 60% off summer essentials including tees, flip-flops and swimsuits.
If you prefer to stay indoors in the air conditioning, there are plenty of online deals for the July 5, 2010 holiday. Get an extra 10% off at Eddie Bauer with the code â€œJuly 10â€ through July 5.
Even businesses need a break to celebrate their independence and rejuvenate for their next successes. Check out 4th of July Quotes Celebrating Free Enterprise for a dose of inspiration on your day off. Enjoy the July 5, 2010 holiday!
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