Business days are the valid periods to carry out an activity that may be labor, judicial or administrative and that the law designates as suitable or not, to account for deadlines. Calendar days are those that make up a year of 365 or 366, depending on the year.
- Business days are those from Monday to Friday, without considering holidays or holidays . Saturdays and Sundays are understood as non-business days.
- All calendar days have the same status and are counted equally.
If you need to submit an application and the period is expressed in business days , you can use this service to calculate that date, entering the number of days and the start date. This tool also allows you to calculate calendar days.
Business days are every day except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. It is opposed to the end of a non-working day, which will be all holidays and weekends.
Business days are every day except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
How are business days counted?
These are the days or days that are established as adequate or valid for the development of an activity, which is usually labor, judicial or administrative. Business days are usually Monday through Friday.
An area in which it is important to take this term into account is in administrative law when correctly complying with the deadlines for carrying out any type of procedure or procedure .
Difference between business days, calendar days and working days
In addition, it is important not to confuse this concept with other similar ones, such as:
- Calendar days: every day of the year, including holidays and weekends.
- Working days: those in which work is carried out.