Your Change of Address Checklist

Updated: Mar 12

A lot goes into making a move successful. Unfortunately moving can be surrounded by a lot of stress, partially because of the amount of decisions that need to be made in a short period of time. One of the ways you can cut down on the amount of decisions (and the amount of stress) is by being very well prepared on all fronts. This article is designed to help you be prepared to have a new mailing address.

When you change your mailing address, you obviously want to have all your mail forwarded to your new place of living. The first and most important thing you can do is contact the post office, and notify them that you have moved. Here is a link to do that. However this is only a temporary fix, and obviously only applies to things being sent through USPS. Below you will find a number of other places to change your address, so hopefully nothing gets missed.

  • Amazon account

  • Bank or Credit Union

  • Any credit card companies you use

  • Your workplace

  • Religious Institution

  • Insurance Companies

  • Utilities (including cell phone)

  • Voter Registration

  • The DMV

**Bonus Tips!**

- Look through all the apps on your phone and note any that use your address. This may help jog your memory of other companies that you need to notify.

- You could also watch your mail for a month or so before moving day, you may notice a company that it would be beneficial to notify


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