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Philippine Holidays For the Year 2010

Posted by lexforiphilippines on January 19, 2010

Proclamation No. 1841 dated July 24, 2008 listed the holidays and special non-working holidays for the year.

A. Regular Holidays

January 1 – New Year

April 1 – Maundy Thursday

April 2 – Good Friday

April 9 – Araw ng Kagitingan

May 1 – Labor Day

June 14 – Independence Day (in lieu of June 12)

August 30 – National Heroes day

November 29 – Bonifacio Day (in lieu of November 30)

December 25 – Christmas Day

December 27 – Rizal Day (in lieu of December 30)

B. Special Non Working Holiday

August 23 – Ninoy Aquino Day (in lieu of August 21)

November 1 – All Saints Day

December 24 – Additional Special Non-working holiday

December 31 – Last day of the year

Still to be announced is the national holiday for the observance of Eid’l Fitr.

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One Response to “Philippine Holidays For the Year 2010”

  1. Vince Tipay said

    Hi,

    I just want to ask, why do i have a lot of colleagues who had tax payables amounting from 5k-10k instead of getting returns. Are employees held liable for errors committed by the company? I think it is kind of unfair that the company would err and make it difficult for the employees to make installments of 2k every cutoff.

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