Updated Resource Guide Features

In response to numerous requests and to the current economic environment, we recently added two new areas to our Resource Guide which concern Relocation and Moving and Thriftiness.

Many people already use Neighborhood Link as a relocation tool when researching a place they are moving to. They can easily check out neighborhoods, demographics, local schools, real estate, and even query people living in a particular neighborhood or city by posting a question in a discussion forum. Thus it seemed like a natural fit for us to add a Relocation and Moving area in our Resource guide that contains profiles for every state and relocation guides that contain essential links (voter registration, motor vehicle, taxes, schools, etc) for someone new to an area. We have also included a series of articles on how to choose a school when moving to a new area.

The economy seems to be the one topic on everyone's mind these days. Thus, we created a new tag in the resource guide, called "Thrifty". The articles with the new thrifty tag all relate to saving and managing your money in the current tough economic environment. Thus, there are articles on credit scores , using grocery coupons, saving money on your cable bills, work-at-home scams , tax credits for first-time homebuyers, and much more. We will be adding many more articles in the future and if you have any ideas for an article, be sure to
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