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Monday, September 30, 2013

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President Benigno Aquino III already signed Proclamation No. 655 which declares 18 non-working holidays for the year 2014. If you check the list of the holidays, 15 of those holidays will fall on weekdays. Also, there are two additional non-working days for Islamic holidays that is expected to be announced once the dates are already finalized.

The regular & special non-working holidays for next year includes the following:

1. January 1 (Wednesday) - New Year's Day
2. January 31 (Friday) - Chinese New Year
3. February 25 (Tuesday) - People Power Anniversary
4. April 9 (Wednesday) - Araw ng Kagitingan
5. April 17 (Thursday) - Maundy Thursday
6. April 18 (Friday) - Good Friday
7. April 19 (Saturday) - Black Saturday
8. May 1 (Thursday) - Labor Day
9. June 12 (Thursday) - Independence Day
10. August 21 (Thursday) - Ninoy Aquino Day
11. August 25 (Monday) - National Heroes Day
12. November 1 (Saturday) - All Saints Day
13. November 30 (Sunday) - Bonifacio Day
14. December 24 (Wednesday) - Christmas Eve
15. December 25 (Thursday) - Christmas Day
16. December 26 (Friday) - Day after Christmas
17. December 30 (Tuesday) - Rizal Day
18. December 31 (Wednesday) - New Year's Eve
19 - 20. National holidays for Eid'l Fitr and Eid'l Adha will be announced after the dates have been finalized.

So what are you waiting for? Start planning your calendar.
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