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USA Holiday Calendar Dates for 2018 Vacation Planning

2018 Holiday Vacation Calendar (USA)

Like every year, 2018 is full of official public holidays that you can easily turn into vacations to maximize your work-life-vacation balance. For your benefit in the new year, here is your annual list of holiday observances in the USA for 2018 (with videos). Make it your New Year’s resolution to NOT take your paid holidays […]

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USA Holiday Calendar Dates for 2017 Vacation Planning

2017 Vacation Planning Calendar - Take More Time Off

2017 is full of official public holidays that you can easily turn into vacations and travel opportunities. This is my annual VacationCounts post listing all the holiday dates for the new year. Have you made a New Year’s resolution to never take your company holidays for granted? My advice is to treat holidays just like paid […]

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USA Holiday Calendar Dates for 2016 Vacation Planning

2016 Holiday Vacation Calendar USA Planner

Mark your calendars with every company holiday in 2016! Our annual list post tells you how to leverage the most common holidays offered to U.S. employees so we can all take more vacations. Of course your actual holidays off from work will vary.  That is why the start of the year is the best time to review your official holiday […]

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USA Holiday Calendar for 2015 Vacation Planning

US Holiday Vacation Calendar

Mark your calendars with all your official company holidays for 2015!  This list represents the most common holidays offered to U.S. employees, but of course your actual holidays will vary.  Consult your official list and check off the ones that you can use to schedule vacations this year. As you know on VacationCounts.com we encourage […]

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Holiday Time is Vacation Time in 2014 (U.S. Holiday Calendar)

Holiday Calendar Poster

With 2014 just around the corner, now is the time to preview your holiday calendar for next year. While official company (paid) holidays vary from employer to employer, we present the 10 most common in the United States. January 1, 2014 – New Year’s Day On a Wednesday so you can add vacation days before […]

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