This free online calculator will calculate the number business days between a starting and ending date, or calculate an ending date based on a specified number of business days to add or subtract to or from a starting date.
Plus, unlike other working days calculators, this calculator will even let you choose which days of the week you want to be counted as business days.
This means you can also use the calculator to count work days only, or any other types of events that are counted based on which days of the week they reoccur.
If you would like to calculate the years, days, weeks, hours, and minutes between dates, please visit the Date Difference Calculator.
Here are just a few of the many uses for this business days calculator:
With that, let's use the business day calculator to calculate the number working days between dates, or to calculate a date by adding or subtracting a number of working days.
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Business days: Use these check boxes to indicate which days of the week you want the business day calculator to count as business/working days.
Business days: Use these checkboxes to indicate which days of the week you want the business day calculator to count as business or working days. Note that only holidays that fall on checked days will be excluded from the business day results.
Starting date: Select the month and day and enter the 4-digit year of the date you want the working days calculator to start counting at. Note that the starting year must be less than 4000.
Add or subtract business days to/from start date: If you want the business days calculator to calculate a date by adding or subtracting a number of business days to or from the starting date, click the radio button on this line, select + or - from the menu, and then enter the number of days to add or subtract.
Or ending date: If you want the calculator to calculate the number of business days between two dates, click the radio button on this line, then select the month and day and enter the 4-digit year of the date you want to stop counting at. Note that the ending year must be less than 4000, and the ending date must be later than the starting date.
Exclude Holidays [+] button: If you want the calculator to exclude certain holidays if they fall on a business day, click this button to open the list of holidays and then check all holidays that apply. You may also add up to two holidays of your own choosing. Please note that the holiday dates are calculated, so be sure to double check the results with a calendar to make sure they are the correct dates.
Move weekend Federal Holidays to weekdays: If you check this box, federal holidays that fall on a Saturday will be moved to Friday, and federal holidays that fall on a Sunday will be moved to Monday.
Autofill checks: Click the preferred radio button to automatically add or remove checkmarks to/from the list of holidays.
Business days between dates: This is the number of business days counted by the calculator.
Ending date: This is the date the calculator stopped counting at.