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Moving And Taxes: 3 Things To Keep In Mind About Deductions

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When thinking about an upcoming move, few people take the time to consider how a move can impact the filing of their tax return. The fact of the matter is that there are many costs associated with moving that could serve as deductions the next time you file your taxes. Here are three things to keep in mind about moving and tax deductions as you prepare to relocate in the future.…

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A Single Parent's Guide To A Stress-Free Moving Day

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Moving home is hard work, especially when you are a single parent trying to do everything by yourself. Here are the top four tips to make moving day less stressful for a single parent. Ask for All the Help You Can Don’t be afraid to ask for help. It could be to help pack some boxes or just to take the children for a few hours so you can do the packing.…

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Make Your Life Easier by Keeping These Items in Your Storage Unit

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When you keep some possessions in a storage unit close to your home, you’ll often find yourself making visits to the facility to pick up certain things. The last thing you want is to get the facility, open up your storage unit, and then realize that you’re missing a key tool or other implement that would make the job you’re doing much easier. It’s worthwhile to put together a small toolbox of essential items and keep it in the storage unit.…

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Four Things To Do Before You Start Moving Boxes Into Your New Home

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When you finally arrive at your new residence with a whole moving truck filled with boxes and furniture, you probably can’t wait to get things in their proper places and set up your new living space. But before you rush into unpacking, there are a few things you should do in the new home or apartment. Take pictures. This is especially important if you are renting. When it comes time to move out, you will want to have pictures to compare the current state of the apartment to.…

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How To Promptly Move After Getting Evicted From A House

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Did you get evicted due to being unable to pay rent in a timely manner after losing your job? If you now only have a limited amount of time to get packed up and moved out of your house, you need to put a plan in place. Being organized throughout the moving process can reduce the level of stress and get the task done before the landlord rekeys the door locks.…

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4 Ways To Prepare For Moving To A Cold Climate With Strong Winters

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For the most part, the season that can cause the most moving problems is winter. The temperature can get below freezing and snow can cause all sorts of damage for those who are not familiar with handling it. It is best to learn everything that you can about moving to such a climate before you make the move. Stock Up on Clothing to Layer With In many parts of the country, you do not need to worry about layers in a complicated way.…

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