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Appendix A

Create a “move file” to keep track of estimates, receipts, and other important information.

Check with the IRS to see what expenses can be deducted on your next tax return.

Start pulling together medical and dental records and ask your healthcare providers for referrals in your new city.

Start researching your new community. The Internet is a great resource for finding chambers of commerce and community guides.

Get estimates from several moving companies and compare them.

Arrange to have school records transferred to your children’s new school.

Make a list of things that are valuable or difficult to replace. Plan on shipping these by certified mail or carrying them with you.

Start working your way through each room, taking inventory and planning what to get rid of. Start planning a yard sale and find local charities.

Choose a moving company and reserve the date of your move.

Start collecting boxes and other packing supplies.

Check how to obtain new driver’s licenses and license plates. 144

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