• Call and schedule a date for termination of utilities, phone, and cable services so you don’t pay for service after you move.
  • Give children a job to do during moving preparations. Boxing up their books or toys gets them involved with, and excited about, the move.
  • Exchanges usually involve slightly greater costs than sales, so not every transaction should be an exchange.
  • Your personal tax advisor can offer information specific to your situation and help you determine if a 1031 is right for you.
  • Don’t pack your child’s security blanket or other favorite toy. It should travel with your child instead.
  • Moving during the middle of the school year allows your children to make new friends right away.

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