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Change of Address Checklist

There are so many details to keep track of when moving that homeowners sometimes forget the little things - like filing the numerous change of address forms necessary to keep track of their accounts and assets.

Although a change of address form filed at your local post office is helpful, paper mail may still be delayed two to four weeks during the forwarding process. Personally sharing your new address and contact information with individual service providers and organizations is the most effective way to make sure you don't lose touch during your move.

Use the following checklist to manage the details of your upcoming change of address:

Change of Address Checklist

Financial Institutions

ð       Credit reporting agencies

ð       Banks

ð       Investment brokers

ð       Insurance companies (auto, home, medical, dental, disability, life)

ð       Lenders (mortgage, auto, student loan, home equity)

Government

ð       Department of Revenue/IRS (Form )

ð       DMV (Vermont Form Here)

ð       Business license offices U.S. Post Office

Memberships

ð       Professional associations

ð       Magazine and other subscriptions

ð       Civic organizations

ð       Churches

ð       Children's extracurricular activities

ð       PTA, neighborhood associations and other community groups

ð       Licensing/certification boards

ð       Health clubs

ð       Social or country clubs

Service Providers

ð       Schools

ð       Attorney

ð       Accountant

ð       Physicians

ð       Cleaning services

ð       Lawn care services

ð       Trash removal

ð       Snow removal

ð       Delivery services

ð       Babysitters or daycare centers

ð       Pet groomer

ð       Veterinarian

Utilities

ð       Telephone

ð       Cell phone

ð       Electric

ð       Gas

ð       Cable/Satellite

ð       Water and sewer

ð       Internet

 

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