Monday, 28 January 2013

Letter of Wishes

A letter of wishes is a non-binding letter that is sent from someone establishing a trust to the trustees, demonstrating their wishes for the direction the trust will take. It is important to note that the writer of a letter of wishes (Settlor) should not make it sound like they are giving orders to the trustees, just merely suggestions as to how the assets of the trust should be handled.

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Opinion Letter Format

A letter of opinion is a letter that is written, usually to a newspaper or magazine editor, expressing a reader’s opinion. They are most commonly criticisms of an article or new story where the writer has asked for feedback.  It is extremely important to remain professional when you are writing a letter of opinion. Far to often, the writers of these letters include rude comments and start to attack the writer of the article. If you want your opinion to be taken seriously, you need to state it in a calm, professional manner.

Thursday, 17 January 2013

Quotation Letter Format

A letter of quotation is a letter requesting a price quote on a specific product or service. For example, if you wanted to get your air conditioning system replaced, you would write a letter of quotation to a ventilation company explaining your situation and requesting a quote to complete the job.

Tips for writing a letter of quotation :

-Be specific: include as many details as possible; the more information included; the more accurate a quote you will receive

Monday, 7 January 2013

Approval Letter Format

There are many different forms a letter of approval can take. While it’s main goal is to deliver confirmation on a certain subject, it can be used in almost any situation, including approving an employees leave of absence, approving the changes to a blueprint, or even approving an order! There are no limits to what a letter of approval can be used for!

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Goodbye Letter Format

A letter of goodbye is a letter that you write to someone when they are leaving. These letters are usually very informal. These letters are usually very personal and are used to express any undisclosed feelings or thoughts the writer might have. The contents of a letter of goodbye vary greatly, but they usually include descriptions of the feelings the writer is having at the time.