Archive for January, 2013

Sample Letter to Customer Offering Trade-in on Outdated or Unrepairable Item

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter to a customer offering a trade-in on an outdated or unrepairable item is perfect for informing a customer that they can trade in an older model product towards their purchase of a new model. The letter needn’t be long, but the terms of the trade-in must be stated clearly, or the reader […]

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Model Sample Letter Accompanying the Return of a Product for Credit

| January 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

This sample letter accompanying the return of a product for credit is perfect for informing a company or manufacturer that you are returning an item or items and want credit for them. The letter needn’t be long, but the products you are returning should be listed and itemized. To compose such a letter quickly and […]

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Heartfelt Expression of Appreciation for a Donation as Thanks Sample Letter

| January 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

This appreciation for a donation as thanks sample letter is perfect for thanking someone who has made a charitable donation in your name to express their gratitude for something you have done. Whether on a personal or business level, the letter needn’t be long, just a short note thanking the person for their donation and […]

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Medical Assistant Cover Letters Example

| January 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Your medical assistant cover letter must communicate that you are a person in control of yourself and who can take charge in a crisis, or when others are under pressure. Focus on the nature of the work, which is to assist medical professionals in their practice. Just a few of their duties include completing documentation, helping […]

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Medical Assistant Cover Letter: Example

| January 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a medical assistant cover letter will expand on the variety of options available to address in your cover letter.  The job description for a medical assistant is as varied as there are fields of medicine.  You will first need to narrow your interest down to one area of study and concentrate on […]

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How are you going to make yourself stand out from the thousands who are competing with you?

| January 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

The impact of your Medical Cover Letter will make the difference! Limit this cover letter to four paragraphs, or less. You will certainly have no more than a minute of the time of a busy medical administrator. This is your one, unique – and fleeting – chance to sell your special qualities, before the reader […]

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Donation Request Letter – Get Great Results

| January 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

This example of a donation request letter will show you how to communicate the needs of your organization and make specific donation requests.  A donation request can be for financial help, products, services, volunteers; just about anything pertaining to donation needs.  You will first need to have a specific goal in mind and explain that […]

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Your professional status and reputation are at stake – and there may be legal repercussions if you do not follow the established rules

| January 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Your Donation Letter will not bring in the funds you need if you make an inferior job of it and it lacks appeal. Generally the best way to raise money for your chosen cause will depend on the resources you have available and what will appeal to your supporter base.  Make sure you consider the […]

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Minutes of a Meeting Example: Keeping Track of the Important Details

| January 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

This minutes of a meeting example will show you the specifics that need to be included if you are responsible for writing up the minutes of a meeting.  There are a lot of topics that will be discussed and a lot of details that will need to be recorded or written down after the meeting […]

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Minutes of Meetings Example: Clear and Simple Records of Events

| January 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Minutes of meetings are simply notes taken during the meeting to remind you of what was discussed and agreed at that meeting.  They don’t need to be long or complicated, or in overly formal language. The essential thing is that these minutes record clearly and simply what decisions were made at the meeting and who […]

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