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Two or Three Days Before Moving Day
APPENDIX IV HELPFUL HINTS FOR YOUR MOVE FOUR TO SIX WEEKS BEFORE MOVING DAY: Keep a notebook handy to jot down things you should do and any questions that might arise. Remember that each shipment requires at least 10 copies of your orders. Tour your quarters from top to bottom and decide what you will move and what you will discard. Call the nearest personal property transportation officer and arrange for a premove interview. The earlier you make the arrangements, the better. Some offices work only on an appointment basis. Let the post office know when you will be moving, what your new address will be, and if you need a temporary forwarding address. Prepare a list of friends, relatives, and business firms to notify of your change of address. Send out change-of-address cards immediately. Magazines and other monthly publications require at least 4 to 5 weeks’ notice. Collect your children’s school records and credentials.   Also arrange to get any   necessary   letters   of   introduction   or   recommendations   required   for professional or social endeavors at your new address. Check with city and county assessors to see if you owe any taxes. Contact your insurance agency and arrange to transfer your policy coverage to your new address. TWO OR THREE WEEKS BEFORE MOVING DAY: Prepare your automobile for the trip. Equip your car with tools for emergency use, such as lines, flares, and flashlights. Notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of your change of address. Arrange to close or transfer all charge accounts with local businesses. Arrange   with   your   bank   and   other   financial   institutions   to   have   your checking   and   savings   accounts   transferred.   Transfer   items   from   safety deposit boxes. For immediate needs, or until your credit is established in the new town, you may want to use traveler’s checks. ONE WEEK BEFORE MOVING DAY: Collect all items being cleaned, stored, or repaired.  Return library books and items borrowed from friends and neighbors. AIV-1

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