Closing and opening an advice letter

Opening and closing an advice letter depends on the formality of the letter. There are two types of advice letter, a formal one and an informal one. When writing a formal advice letter you need to maintain a formal and professional tone throughout, whereas for an informal letter, the rules are less restrictive.

When writing either a formal letter or an informal letter, your advice and instructions needs to be correct and relevant to the topic.

Take a look at the advice letter templates to look at all the different ones and to pick one which is best suited to you.

How to start and end an advice letter

How to start an advice letter

Starting any letter can be difficult let alone a letter that gives advice. For a formal letter you should get straight to the point and only include relevant and precise information. For an informal letter you can start the letter how you wish depending on how well you know the recipient and what the theme of the letter is.

Here are a few examples that you can use to help you start writing your advice letter.

  • "I am writing to you to give instructions about what to do with my bank account"

  • "On behalf of (insert company name) I am writing to you as a valued client to advise you about the following situation..."
  • "I have done some research regarding our meeting last week about the legal situation of (insert name of person) and I wanted to inform you of my findings"

Ready to get started? Take a look at the how to write an advice letter to help you get started!

How to end an advice letter

Along with opening an advice letter, closing an advice letter can be difficult too. It is usually a summary of what you have said and a conclusion of your advice or instructions. The endings can differ between a formal and an informal letter and should be adapted appropriately.

Have a look at the examples below to get some ideas.

  • "If you require any further information about my instructions do not hesitate to contact me on the following (insert number/email)"
  • "I thank you for your consideration into this matter, and I appreciate your considerations for my requests."
  • "Please be advised that we have taken everything into consideration and if you require any further information, please contact me on the details above"

Do you still have doubts? Revise what is an advice letter to fully understand the concept.

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