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November 26, 2013

New Year’s Day Holiday May Require Change in Processing Schedule

New Year's Day Holiday May Require Change in Processing Schedule

New Year’s Day Holiday May Require Change in Processing Schedule

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 will be New Year’s Day, a federal holiday. The offices of Vision Payroll will close New Year’s Eve, Tuesday December 31 at 3 pm EST and re-open Thursday January 2. Most banks will also be closed in observance of the holiday. Payroll changes and hours must be submitted before the processing deadlines as listed below.

Normal Payroll Date Process Deadline
1/1/2014 12/27/2013
1/2/2014 12/30/2013
1/3/2014 12/31/2013

Payroll Dates May Be Affected by New Year’s Day

Payrolls dated January 1 will be paid December 31 unless a previous change in schedule has been submitted. Payrolls submitted after these processing deadlines will be pushed back until the next available processing day. No changes are required for payrolls dated January 6.

Bank Withdrawal Dates Will Change for Some Payrolls

For payrolls dated December 31, including those normally paid on Wednesdays, ACH withdrawals from clients’ accounts will occur on Monday, December 30. For payrolls dated January 2, ACH withdrawals from clients’ accounts will occur on Tuesday, December 31. This is necessary to ensure timely crediting of employees’ accounts on the proper day.

UPS Will Limit Deliveries and Pickups

Due to heavy USPS and UPS delivery requirements as well as limited bank hours and staffing, we strongly recommend submitting payrolls during this time as early as practicable. Ground packages received by UPS on December 31 do not ship from UPS until January 2 so we do not recommend submitting on that date any payrolls dated before January 3.

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Is Next Federal Holiday

The next federal holiday will be Monday, January 20, 2014, Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Contact Vision Payroll as soon as possible to make changes to or for questions on your processing schedule.

January 2, 2012

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. May Require Change in Processing Schedule

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Monday, January 16, 2012 will be the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a federal holiday. Although the offices of Vision Payroll will be open and payrolls will be processed, most banks will be closed in observance of the holiday.

Date Paid Process Deadline
1/16/2012 1/11/2012
1/17/2012 1/12/2012
1/18/2012 1/13/2012

Payroll Dates May Be Affected by Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Payrolls dated January 16 will be paid January 13 unless a previous change in schedule has been submitted. Payrolls submitted after these processing deadlines will be pushed back until the next available processing day. No changes are required for payrolls dated January 20.

Washington’s Birthday Is Next Federal Holiday

The next federal holiday will be Monday, February 20, 2012, Washington’s Birthday. Contact Vision Payroll as soon as possible to make changes to or for questions on your processing schedule.

November 11, 2011

Question of the Week: What Is the Holiday Schedule for 2012?

What Is the Holiday Schedule for 2012?
What Is the Holiday Schedule for 2012?
This week’s question is from Herman, an HR Manager.

Herman asks:

We are reviewing our payroll processing schedule for 2012. What is the holiday schedule for 2012?

Answer: There are two types of holidays: those on which payrolls are processed and those on which payrolls are not processed. In addition, companies should also consider that there is no mail pickup or delivery on federal holidays.

UPS Holiday Delivery Schedule Varies

UPS may pickup and deliver on certain holidays, but may not pickup or deliver on other days that are not holidays. Consult the UPS website for further information. The schedule for 2012 holidays is as follows:

DateHolidayFederal
Reserve
Holiday
Payrolls
Processed
1/2/2012New Year's Day (Observed)YesNo
1/16/2012Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.YesYes
2/20/2012Washington's BirthdayYesYes
5/28/2012Memorial DayYesNo
7/4/2012Independence DayYesNo
9/3/2012Labor DayYesNo
10/8/2012Columbus DayYesYes
11/12/2012Veterans Day (Observed)YesYes
11/22/2012Thanksgiving DayYesNo
12/25/2012Christmas DayYesNo

Visit VisionPayroll.com for Further Details on Individual Holidays

Contact Vision Payroll if you have any questions on the 2012 holiday schedule and be sure to check VisionPayroll.com for further details as each holiday approaches.

January 3, 2011

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. May Require Change in Processing Schedule

Filed under: News — Tags: , , — Vision @ 10:36 am
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. May Require Change in Processing Schedule
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. May Require Change in Processing Schedule
Monday, January 17, 2011 will be the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a federal holiday. Although the offices of Vision Payroll will be open and payrolls will be processed, most banks will be closed in observance of the holiday.

Date Paid Process Deadline
1/17/2011 1/12/2011
1/18/2011 1/13/2011
1/19/2011 1/14/2011

Payroll Dates May Be Affected by Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Payrolls dated January 17 will be paid January 14 unless a previous change in schedule has been submitted. Payrolls submitted after these processing deadlines will be pushed back until the next available processing day. No changes are required for payrolls dated January 20.

Washington’s Birthday Is Next Federal Holiday

The next federal holiday will be Monday, February 21, 2011, Washington’s Birthday. Contact Vision Payroll as soon as possible to make changes to or for questions on your processing schedule.

November 12, 2010

Question of the Week: What is the Holiday Schedule for 2011?

What is the Holiday Schedule for 2011?
What is the Holiday Schedule for 2011?
This week’s question is from Randy, an HR Manager. We are reviewing our payroll processing schedule for 2011. What is the holiday schedule for 2011? Answer: There are two types of holidays: those on which payrolls are processed and those on which payrolls are not processed. In addition, companies should also consider that there is no mail pickup or delivery on federal holidays.

UPS Holiday Delivery Schedule Varies

UPS may pickup and deliver on certain holidays, but may not pickup or deliver on other days that are not holidays. Consult the UPS website for further information. The schedule for 2011 holidays is as follows:

DateHolidayFederal
Reserve
Holiday
Payrolls
Processed
1/1/2011New Year's DayYesNo
1/17/2011Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.YesYes
2/21/2011Washington's BirthdayYesYes
5/30/2011Memorial DayYesNo
7/4/2011Independence DayYesNo
9/5/2011Labor DayYesNo
10/10/2011Columbus DayYesYes
11/11/2011Veterans DayYesYes
11/24/2011Thanksgiving DayYesNo
12/26/2011Christmas Day (Observed)YesNo

Visit VisionPayroll.com for Further Details on Individual Holidays

Contact Vision Payroll if you have any questions on the 2011 holiday schedule and be sure to check VisionPayroll.com for further details as each holiday approaches.

January 4, 2010

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday May Require Change in Processing Schedule

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Monday, January 18, 2010 will be the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a federal holiday. Although the offices of Vision Payroll will be open and payrolls will be processed, most banks will be closed in observance of the holiday.

Date Paid

Process Deadline

1/18/10

1/13/10

1/19/10

1/14/10

1/20/10

1/15/10

Payrolls dated January 18 will be paid January 15 unless a previous change in schedule has been submitted. Payrolls submitted after these processing deadlines will be pushed back until the next available processing day. No changes are required for payrolls dated January 21.

The next federal holiday will be Monday, February 15, 2010, Washington’s Birthday. Contact Vision Payroll as soon as possible to make changes to or for questions on your processing schedule.

November 20, 2009

Question of the Week: What is the Holiday Schedule for 2010?

This week’s question is from Mariana, an HR Manager. We are reviewing our payroll processing schedule for 2010. What is the holiday schedule for 2010? Answer: There are two types of holidays: those on which payrolls are processed and those on which payrolls are not processed. In addition, companies should also consider that there is no mail pickup or delivery on federal holidays. UPS may pickup and deliver on certain holidays, but may not pickup or deliver on other days that are not holidays. Consult the UPS website for further information. The schedule for 2010 holidays is as follows:

DateHolidayFed. Reserve HolidayPayrolls Processed
1/1/2010New Year's DayYesNo
1/18/2010Birthday of ML King, Jr.YesYes
2/15/2010Washington's BirthdayYesYes
5/31/2010Memorial DayYesNo
7/5/2010Independence DayYesNo
9/6/2010Labor DayYesNo
10/11/2010Columbus DayYesYes
11/11/2010Veterans DayYesYes
11/25/2010Thanksgiving DayYesNo
12/25/2010Christmas DayYesNo

Contact Vision Payroll if you have any questions on the 2010 holiday schedule.

January 5, 2009

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday May Require Change in Processing Schedule

Filed under: News — Tags: , , — Vision @ 12:43 pm

Monday, January 19, 2009 will be the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a federal holiday. Although the offices of Vision Payroll will be open and payrolls will be processed, most banks will be closed in observance of the holiday.

Date Paid

Process Deadline

1/19/09

1/14/09

1/20/09

1/15/09

1/21/09

1/16/09

Payrolls dated January 19 will be paid January 16 unless a previous change in schedule has been submitted. Payrolls submitted after these processing deadlines will be pushed back until the next available processing day. No changes are required for payrolls dated January 22.

The next federal holiday will be Monday, February 16, 2009, Washington’s Birthday. Contact Vision Payroll as soon as possible to make changes to or for questions on your processing schedule.

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