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As simple as it is, a page like this is very handy for employees. Everyone knows on the the first day of employment which days are paydays and which are holidays.
I made a conscious decision about a dozen years ago to close on ten national holidays. If you include state holidays and religious holidays, you could easily close 20 days out of the year. But that's hard to manage when you are in a service business.
I picked dates that I'm pretty sure all my clients are closed.
Of course your holidays and pay dates will vary - especially if you're in another country. But this Excel spreadsheet is easy to edit. So if you don't have a template already, feel free to grab this one.