Unpacking all the boxes and settling the furniture is not the only thing that needs to be done after you moved in. Learn how to make your new home a home again.
After You Moved In
You should always consider estimating the value of your items when moving. By doing so you will be able to protect yourself in case your possessions get lost or damaged during the transport.
Estimate the Value of Your Items
Relocating can be an expensive process and may involve unexpected expenses. But, by creating a budget, it would help you to save money in the long-run. It will also help you to determine the most efficient way to transport your belongings to your new home.
Creating a Moving Budget
Your moving company's representative will tell you that you don't have to tip their movers, but it's up to you. It is customary to reward superior service at your discretion.
How Much to Tip Movers
If you relocate to a new home because you began a new career or changed your job location, you may be eligible to deduct your relocation expenses from your taxes. Find out if you are eligible for it.
Deduct Moving Expenses
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