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How to Tip Movers

January 19th, 2011 11:21 pm by

Here is another article on a topic that is rarely discussed on moving websites. The original article appeared on By an eHow Contributor: It is difficult to entrust your possessions to movers you’ve never met, and it’s often difficult to find movers who seem to care about your sentimental valuables. When you find a […]

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Movin’ in winter weather

December 7th, 2010 5:55 pm by

By Eric Anders • Dec 1st, 2010 Moving is hard under normal circumstances! Trying to accomplish the same thing during an unplanned blizzard or extended cold snap can be especially grueling for everyone unfortunate enough to be challenged by the circumstances.  The ice, snow, freezing temperatures and slick surfaces that accompany Ol’ Man Winter when […]

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Moving rules not so simple By Jamie Golombek, Financial Post October 16, 2010 If you move to start a new job, don’t assume that your moving expenses will be tax deductible. Under the tax rules, to be entitled to deduct moving expenses, the distance between your old residence and your new work location must be […]

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Aussie rules – Telling it like it is !

October 5th, 2010 10:37 pm by

The Australian Removers Association website gives this advice to moving families.  I guess if Canadian movers could “tell it like it is” they might give the same advice. Do these “Aussie rules” apply in Canada or are we too polite to bring these suggestions to the customer’s attention. Don’t: Don’t leave any articles you don’t […]

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Mongolian Movers

September 23rd, 2010 6:12 pm by

Mongolian Moving Van To most of us, moving is something we want to do as little as possible – it’s a hassle to go through all your things, pack them up and then finally get settled in that new place.  Even with a professional mover, it’s a stressful experience. To a Mongolian nomad, it’s a […]

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