Tips for Writing Letter of Advice

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Tips for Writing a Letter of Advice Letters of advice can, when handled carefully and tactfully, build goodwill and trust. Language Keep tone respectful so that your letter is helpful and congenial AIM – to enhance client benefits by focusing on client needs and implement solutions that create and sustain client wealth. Ask yourself if you have: understood the client’s needs communicated that understanding clearly offered substantive analyses of the client’s problems offered specific recommendations offered a fresh creative solution focused on the client’s business requirements rather than technical issues written clearly, concisely, emphatically, logically and persuasively The reader should know o what you advise them to do – this should be one action as any more and they maybe confused and undecided as to what to do o how the action should be done Do not assume your reader knows all the jargon of your profession. Use simple language with no jargon
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course FINANCE BBS121 taught by Professor Tim during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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