Here at Experience Letter we have a client that has asked us what their accountant letter needs to look like with their new accounting system being implemented. I am pretty sure the letter format is the same as their old one (I don’t know the company but I’m pretty sure their accountant letter is the same as the old one).
The client wants the same format as the old one. The letter is going to be slightly different on the main points like the company name and address, but everything else will stay the same. If they need to change anything, they will need to send a letter to the company explaining the change.
Of course, if you don’t agree with the layout of the letter, you can always just email them.
I know it sounds like I’m being overly picky, but I’m not too picky. It’s only because I’m an accountant that I can write a letter for someone, and I only do it for other people’s companies. For me personally, I still use an old and very un-modern letter format. I still like the old format, but I find it difficult to write.
I just did a little research to see if I could find a good way to format my own letters. I ended up finding the experience letter format which works really well. You can copy and paste any word you want and it will appear as a letter in the Word document. I found it works really well because you can make your letter look as beautiful as you want when you paste it into Word.
Like many writers, I use a lot of capital letters and punctuation when I write. I’m not so much concerned about the formatting as I am the way the letters will look in the document. When Word has a ‘format style’ you can change the color, outline and alignment of your letters, and the font size.
For the sake of this post, I’m using a letter format (that’s right, with a capital letter in the middle) for the first part of this letter. The second part will be in Word’s text format (no capitals, no small caps, no bold).
I thought I was good at math, but apparently I was wrong. Because I am now in a panic about my taxes. The letter for accountant is just the first one. In order to get the taxes, I have to send an email to the tax accountant and ask them to prepare the forms for me. This is going to be a long and boring process that will take some time.
It is a little bit like hiring a lawyer. You don’t know what they will do, but you trust your lawyer. But even with that, I think I am willing to wait for the forms to come in, because I am not going to send them an email telling them I need the forms. The forms are in Word, and I can open them up and start filling them out in the Word window.
Word is Microsoft’s email client. I was talking with a business consultant who used to work for an accounting firm and he told me that he can use Word to open Word docs, Word docs to view them in Word, and Word docs to open Word docs and view them in Word. This is an excellent idea. If you are willing to trust your accountant and send the forms to them, you can send them the forms like any other email.