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CitiBank: which days in 2023 will not be open due to US holidays

CitiBank will not provide commercial service on 11 holidays during 2023. At GlobeLiveMedia we tell you what these days are so you can plan your financial movements

CitiBank is the consumer banking division of the multinational financial services company Citigroup, one of the largest financial institutions in the United States and around the world. It has close to 700 branches in 13 US states, although a large part of its services are offered through online banking.

If you are one of the millions of customers of this bank, it is probably convenient for you to know which are the days in which they will not be open due to being holidays in this 2023.

At GlobeLiveMedia we tell you which days CitiBank branches will not be open this 2023.

What holidays will CitiBank take this 2023?

According to the information published by the Banks.org portal, this financial institution will take 11 holidays during this 2023, including today, January 2, for the first Monday of the New Year.

Among those days are:

1) New Year: the first day of January of each year. However, if this day falls on a weekend day, it is not taken into account. For the year 2023, he took January 2 off.

2) Martin Luther King Jr. Day: January 17 of each year. In 2023, it will be taken on January 16.

3) President’s Day: February 21 of each year. In 2023, it will be taken on February 20.

4) Remembrance Day: May 29 of this year (usually it is usually the last Monday of May).

5) Emancipation Day (Juneteenth): In 2023, it will be taken on June 19.

6) Independence Day: July 4 of each year.

7) Labor Day: September 5 of each year. In 2023, it will be taken on September 4.

8) Christopher Columbus Day: October 10 of each year. In 2023, it will be taken on October 9.

9) Veterans Day: Since it falls on Saturday, November 11 this year, Citibank will be closed on Friday, November 10.

10) Thanksgiving Day: November 24 of each year. In 2023, it will be taken on November 23.

11) Christmas (Christmas Day): December 25 of each year.

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