The IRS has very strict rules regarding who can deduct moving expenses from their taxes. To be eligible, you must meet three requirements.
Deduct Moving Expenses
Generally, there are three alternatives to consider when it comes to a residential move. They are; hiring a professional mover, renting a moving truck and doing everything yourself or moving containers.
PODS Units and Rental Trucks
Not everyone has an ability to drive a large truck, in this case, mobile containers may be more suitable. Here is a guide for of using a container for relocation needs.
Out of state moves are one of those things that seem easy enough in theory, but when you get down to the details there is actually a lot more to it than just packing belongings and hiring movers.
Out of State Moves
Move yourself or hire a professional help? This is the question that everyone is asking before the move. And like most decisions, the answer is different for everyone depending on numerous factors such as budget, busy schedules and difficulty of the move.
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
Long distance move is not only time consuming, but it is also an extra cost that you probably don't want to spend. There are many different options to save money and one of them is to get a moving container.
Portable Storage Containers
Moving large furniture and boxes is not fun, especially if you will be doing it yourself. First of all, make sure there will be enough friends or family to help and then follow this guide.
How to Safely Move Furniture