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How to change your address when you move [Video]

How to change your address when you move [Video]

Wondering if your invite was really "lost in the mail"? If you didn't update your address, it probably was!

When you move, change your billing information wherever you have a card or account on file. Update your utility bills, as well as your bank, credit card, loan and insurance companies. Tell your friends and family, too.
State and federal tax agencies should know your new address, and get your driver's license or ID changed as soon as possible. To make sure you get your W-2s at tax time, tell all your employers from the last year where you're moving.
Finally, visit the U.S. Postal Service website or your local post office to set up mail forwarding. Don't let anything get returned to sender.

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