Moving to Massachusetts: Part 1 Planning Your Move Moving With Pets Moving Day Parking Restrictions Change of Address Establishing Residency Visas Part 2 Converting an Out-Of-State Driver’s License Converting a Driver’s License From a Foreign Country Changing a Massachusetts Driver’s License or ID Address Converting …Continue Reading Moving to Massachusetts, Part 3: Employment, Education, Insurance, and Taxes
The availability of adequate transportation for seniors in Massachusetts enables them to live independently in their communities, and helps prevent isolation and the possible need for long-term care placement. Many seniors who do not drive often rely on family and friends to help get them …Continue Reading Transportation Services for Massachusetts Seniors
Cold weather is here and with the first frost of the season comes the coughing, sniffling, and sneezing that heralds in flu season. During this time of year it’s important to remember how to avoid contracting the flu and what to do if you get …Continue Reading 5 Preventative Steps to Help You Stay Healthy During Flu Season
Massachusetts, with its 1,500 miles of coastline and a wide range of industries from manufacturing to high tech, is the perfect place to settle down, start a new career, and experience a slice of what New England has to offer. As you’re unpacking moving …Continue Reading 4 Things to Know if You’re New to Massachusetts
Heath insurance is not a luxury in Massachusetts, it’s a requirement for all residents age 18 and older. If your employer does not provide a group insurance plan or you are self-employed and looking for private insurance options, the Massachusetts Health Connector is your key …Continue Reading Massachusetts Health Insurance Open Enrollment is July 1 – August 15
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