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  1. #1

    how do i make a cash advance letter?

    pano ba gumawa ng cash advance letter? kailangan ko kasi mag cash advance ng P2k. lets say ang reason is Family's financial problem. paturo naman pano gawa ng letter. nahihiya kasi **** ako sa boss ko sabihin ito

  2. #2
    Why don't you send a direct to the point email to him first then talk and detail it to him in person. Something like:

    Hi [boss' name],

    I need to ask you a big favor. This would take only a few minutes of your time. Please let me know when it is best to talk to you in private.

    Thanks and regards,
    [you, the company peon]


  3. #3
    The format:

    Dear Sir:

    I request a cash advance of Two Thousand Pesos (P2,000.00) to cover financial problems in my family. I propose to repay the advance over ___ months, and authorize the company to deduct the amount of P___ from my salary from __ until the advance is fully paid.

    Thank you for your consideration.
    The advice:

    Think several times before asking for this. Is this really needed? As an employer, I do not appreciate cash advance requests for personal reasons, unless the reasons have to do with unfortunate events (disease, death, natural calamities, fire, etc). If it is because you are having problems making ends meet, a cash advance is not the solution.

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