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A letter from one company to another acknowledging a willingness and ability to do business. A letter of intent is most often issued as acknowledgement of the fact that a merger between companies or an acquisition is being considered seriously. Sometimes, a letter of intent may also be issued by a mutual fund shareholder to indicate that he/she would like to invest certain amounts of money at certain specified times. In exchange for signing a letter of intent, the shareholder would often qualify for reduced sales charges.


As a businessperson, you will inevitably have to write many request letters. The need for information or special favors, services, or products arises daily in almost every type of business. The reasons for writing a request letter are diverse:

A welcoming letter to a new customer is similar to the credit-granting letter. It usually includes an explanation of the terms of sale. The differences are more emphasis on the welcom¬ing portion and more detail about the terms. Both mention your product or service and politely encourage the customer to take advantage of your offerings.


When a customer is dissatisfied with goods or services, a complaint letter will inform the company or organization of the problem. Such a letter should both present the facts and express the customer's dissatisfaction.

The fundraising letter is a sales letter with heart tug. But it must be tempered with the kind of persuasive writing that brings results without broadcasting that it’s selling the reader something.


Usually, an inquiry offer the recipient no immediate reward or advantage beyond the prospect of a future customer or the maintenance of goodwill. Therefore, your inquiry must be worded in such a way that the recipient will respond despite a hectic schedule. To do this, you must make your inquiry easy to answer. First of all, you should decide exactly what you want before you write. This should include the specific information that you need as well as the course of action you would like your reader to take.

After ordering, it is a good idea to send a thank you letter. Not only is this figure you politely and respectfully, but this is another opportunity to show future clients, that you have good possibilities of written communication.


You should always strive to let other people know about your move. That's why sending personalized change address announcements can be such a good idea.

The termination letter itself is a legal document. You will need it if the employee files a lawsuit or grievance for a wrongful termination. Therefore, you must carefully consider the contents of the termination letter and how you write it. Remember that brevity is the best policy. Long-drawn-out explanations are awkward and a judge can use them against you if a legal proceeding occurs

Resignation letter is the way of the voluntary notification by an employee to his or her employer that they intend to terminate their employment. This voluntary act can be distinguished from other methods of terminating employment such as dismissal or redundancy.