Moving is a lot of work, and it's pretty easy for things to fall through the cracks. Sometimes the things we forget are a slight inconvenience or require a quick run to the store to replace, and other times they can be costly mistakes. Better Business Bureau® serving Eastern Oklahoma is equipping consumers with this list of easily overlooked moving tasks. 1. Inform people of the move.– Don't miss out on things like birthday money or cards and letters. Inform your friends and family of your move and your new address. You can also avoid personalized credit card offers and other mail making it into the wrong hands by filling out a change of address form.2. Cancel all memberships & club fees– This can be an easy thing to overlook as many memberships renew automatically and are on auto draft. Avoid losing money and make a list of all the memberships and clubs you are a part of like a gym, country club or children’s after school organizations. Subscription services for meals, fashion or activity kits are popular these days and may cost you even if they are accidentally delivered to your old address.3. Return rented or borrowed items.– Items checked out from the library or rented from home goods stores can easily be mistaken for personal items and may accidentally get packed away. Make a note of these items or return them early in the packing process to avoid storing them away and getting charged late fees.4. Institutions & offices to notify.Health Providers like your family’s doctor, dentist’s office, and even your pet's veterinarian should be informed of your move in case they need to get in touch with you in the future. Bank & Financial Institutions may send you statements in the mail, and these may contain sensitive information on them.Insurance plans like vehicle insurance will need the address on the account changed, and if moving out of state, you may need to change or update your policy according to state law. Renters insurance or home insurance may need to be canceled or updated to your new home.5. Shut off utilities.– Calling to turn off your utilities is only part of the process, always call or check your online portal to ensure that the services at your previous residence are not continuing to run on your dime. When shutting off utilities like cable and the Internet you may need to return the cable box to avoid charges. If you're short on time, ask if there's an address where you can have the box shipped. To make sure you have every part of your move covered, review the BBB moving checklist.Are you still looking for a mover? Follow these BBB Tips and hire with confidence.