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New Year's Day 2014: What's open and what's closed? Walmart? Target?

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Another holiday is here, leaving a host of people scrambling to run last minute errands, unsure of what may be open on New Year’s Day 2014. While stores and offices will not be as shuttered as they were last Wednesday for Christmas, a number of businesses will be closing early today and will remain closed for tomorrow.

The International Business Times posted a list of stores and their hours today.

As on any major holiday, federal, state and county offices will be closed. Also closed are courts, banks, schools, the post office and the stock market.

Stores of note that will be open tomorrow, and who are also running special New Year’s Day sales, include Target, Walmart and Best Buy.

In fact, most malls and retail stores will be open tomorrow; some may open slightly later than usual to account for all the late night partying their staff and shoppers may choose to do. Check with your local store if you are unsure.

Most grocery stores will close slightly earlier tonight and will open a little later tomorrow morning.

Check back with the IBTimes for an updated list of stores and hours.

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