Behoove you to - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
behoove (one) to (do something) (redirected from behoove you to)
behoove (one) to (do something)
To be a beneficial action for one to take. It behooves him to give his boss two weeks' notice so that he maintains a good professional relationship with her. It would behoove you to call your mother before she hears about your pregnancy from someone else.
References in periodicals archive
The bottom line is: It would behoove you to
So before you DVD lovers celebrate the timeless victory of your technology it might behoove you to
remember that somewhere in this world lives a poor rich son-of-a-gun who converted his entire collection of home movies onto laser disc, never to be seen again.