What is corporate relocation?
The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "Corporate relocation."
This means that your job moves and you move with it. In a corporate relocation, your company transfers you and pays your moving expenses. And, a corporate relocation can cover more than just the cost of your moving van. For example, the package might include temporary housing during your search for a new permanent home, it might pay for the cost of breaking an apartment lease, or take care of expenses related with selling a home.
If you're literally going places at work, you'll want to find out about your employer's corporate relocation program.
To learn more about corporate relocation and related topics, visit the Jobs & Careers section at Bankrate.com.
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