Moving Guides

Paperwork

When you move, you don’t just move your stuff. From changing your address to getting a new car registered at the DMV to filing your taxes, there’s a ton of household information and official documents that need to be updated. Our experts can help you keep track of it all.

How to Cancel or Update Your Change of Address

You were proactive in submitting your change of address information two months before your move. Using the USPS® Change of Address feature made it simple. But now you have a problem — you need to update your information. Here’s how to do it.

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How to Vote By Mail

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the process of voting looked much different in 2020 than in years past. Nearly half of Americans sent in their votes by mail, rather than casting their ballot in person at a local polling place. Voting by mail — also called absentee voting — is a new process for many […]

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How to Change Your Voter Registration After You Move

If you’ve moved recently, you will have to update your voter registration to reflect your new address. Do this right after you move to ensure that you can vote in upcoming elections.

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How to Update Your License and Registration When You Move

Whether it’s across the country or just one town over, we know that a lot goes into a move. We also know that a trip to the DMV is the last thing you want to add to your moving checklist. But don’t procrastinate! MYMOVE is here to help with everything you need to know about updating your license and registration in each state.

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A State-by-State Guide to 2022 Voting and Deadlines

Jump to: Registering to vote 2022 state primary elections 2022 Senate elections 2022 gubernatorial elections We all know how important it is to vote, but not all elections get the same level of attention. In general, about 60% of the eligible voting population turns out for presidential elections, and 40% for midterms. The numbers are […]

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How do Taxes Change for First-Time Homeowners?

You’ve turned your key in the door and taken the first look around as a full-fledged homeowner. Congrats! One foot in the door, and you’re…

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A State-by-State Guide to Mail-in Voting and Changing Your Voter Registration Address

Did you move this year? Do you plan to vote in the next election? If you answered yes to both of those questions, you need to complete your voter registration change-of-address. Voter registration is handled at the state level, not the federal level. That means if you moved to a new state, you need to […]

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How Changing Your Address Helps Change Laws

Don’t let a defunct address keep you from participating in democracy. Updating your voter registration with your correct and current address ensures that you’re able to vote in the right district and that your voter ID and your registration card match. Change is made on a local level. It’s your mayor who appoints the chief […]

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Move Recently? Everything You Need to Know About Filing Your Taxes Properly

Have you moved in the past year? If so, it’s crucial to understand how your move could affect your taxes. While relocating to another state is unlikely to affect your federal taxes, you may have state tax implications. If you haven’t moved, but you live in one state and work in another, you may also […]

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How to avoid change-of-address scam sites

There’s so much that goes into planning and completing a move, and the number of “to-do’s” seem to pile up faster than you can check them…

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Forward Your Mail With The USPS® When You Move

There are a lot of things to consider during a move, not the least of which is how to forward mail to a new address. When changing over services like telephone, internet, and TV, remember to register your change-of-address with the USPS for mail forwarding, too. Read on to find out how to forward mail […]

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How to Avoid Change-of-Address Fraud

Change of address fraud is a scam that could give a thief major access to your personal data. Here’s what to look for to avoid getting caught in one.

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How to File A USPS® Change of Address

One of the essential parts of the moving process — aside from packing — is filing a USPS® change-of-address. The post office mail forwarding process is easy and straightforward, and it can either be done online or in person. Make your mail move with you by following our handy change mail address guide that’s packed […]

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How to File a Temporary Change-of-Address With the USPS

Is your job relocating you to an office in another city for just a few months? Are you doing a summer internship in a different city? Whatever the circumstances around your short-term relocation are, make sure your mail moves with you. That’s where temporary mail forwarding with the United States Postal Service (USPS®) comes in. […]

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Did You Accidentally Commit a Felony? What to Do With Mail That Isn’t Yours

We’ve all gotten mail intended for someone else, whether it’s a neighbor, someone who no longer lives there, or simply the wrong address. If you rent your home, you may be frustrated by the number of past tenants whose mail you receive on a daily basis. It’s hard to figure out what to do with mail that isn’t yours if you can’t get a hold of the recipient.

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Check Your Address Ahead of More Stimulus Checks

President Biden’s ambitious goal for his first 100 days in office centers around the American Rescue Plan — a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. As part of the plan, you may get a third stimulus check of $1,400. If you filed your taxes electronically, expect a direct deposit straight to your bank account. But if […]

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How to Get Off Catalog Mailing Lists

Statista estimates that there are over 10.64 billion mailed catalogs in America between 2001 and 2015. With such a high number of unsolicited materials, your mailbox can end up like a holding cell for trash that adds little value to your life. Junk mail can be costly, too, presenting a shopping temptation that can throw […]

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