Intuit offers up to 14 paid holidays in the U.S. each year:
|New Year's Day||Friday, January 1|
|Martin Luther King Day||Monday, January 18|
|Presidents' Day||Monday, February 15|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 31|
|Juneteenth Day (observed)||Friday, June 18|
|Independence Day (observed)||Monday, July 5|
|Victory Day (Rhode Island only)||Monday, August 9|
|Labor Day||Monday, September 6|
|Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples' Day||Monday, October 11|
|Veterans Day||Thursday, November 11|
|Thanksgiving||Thursday, November 25|
|Day After Thanksgiving||Friday, November 26|
|Christmas Eve||Friday, December 24|
|Christmas Day (observed)||Monday, December 27|
|New Year's Eve||Friday, December 31|
If you're a regular, hourly employee, you'll be paid time and a half, plus holiday pay, for working on a holiday. If you don't work on a holiday, you're eligible for holiday pay.
If you're a regular, part-time hourly employee, you'll receive prorated holiday pay based on the hours you would be scheduled to work on the holiday.
If you're a seasonal, flex-time or project employee who works on a holiday, you'll be paid time and a half for all hours worked on that day. If you don't work on a holiday, you are not eligible for holiday pay.
If you're an intern, you'll receive holiday pay only if your intern period overlaps with an Intuit holiday.