How to Know If Your Move is Tax Deductible

Relocating to a new home can be costly, which can add another layer of stress to an already overwhelming situation. Fortunately, you may be able to relieve some of that financial strain by deducting your move from your taxes. Read more

Tips for Moving With Pets

Moving can be stressful and overwhelming for everyone in the family, and that includes your companion animals. Most pet owners hate the thought of their beloved pet getting hurt or feeling scared during a move, but fortunately there are several tips and guidelines that can help make the transition smoother for both you and your animals. Read more

9 Packing Materials To Protect Your Items When Moving

If you’re moving yourself, you need real solutions to keep your stuff safe. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of traditional (and non-traditional) packaging you can use to pack your things up. Shipping and moving your products can be an affordable investment so long as you package a smart plan for yourself.

How to Move an Upright Piano

Upright pianos are hard to move. Ideally, you want a moving team that can help you move a piano quickly and easily. If you want to take the DIY moving approach, here’s how you can do it.

How To Move Alone Without Hurting Yourself

Those who are eager to get to their new home might feel the need to start moving immediately without the help of a moving company. For those who decide to go this route, it’s important to keep a few tips in mind to ensure that you and your items both get home safely. Read more

Moving Out of A College Dorm Stress-Free

Moving is never easy, but moving home after college can be especially stressful because you often have two rooms to consider — your dorm room and your bedroom back home. Read more

Keep Your Cool: How To Easily Move In The Summer

With the family at home and students everywhere packing up for a new semester at college, summer has quickly become a busy season for moving, despite the rising temperatures. Read more

How to Get Your Security Deposit Returned When Moving Out

When you move into a rental apartment, you’ll likely have to pay a security deposit to cover possible damage to the apartment. It’s important to start thinking about protecting your security deposit from the day you move into an apartment to save time and money when you decide to leave for a new home. Read more