There are several reasons a person may be charged penalties related to their income tax. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is responsible for charging these penalties for federal income tax returns. There are other agencies that charge penalties for state and local issues. If the taxpayer has a valid reason, these penalties may be appealed with a tax return penalty appeal letter.
When a person changes his or her name, whether it is through marriage or through a court order, it is important for them to send a name change notification letter to any personal, businesses or government organization contacts. The most common reasons for changing a name are adoption, marriage and divorce. The bride or groom does not need a court order to change a name when they get married. The new last name should be written on the marriage license and marriage certificate. For a divorce, the judge can usually give the woman her maiden name by putting it on the Decree of Dissolution.
It is very common in most jobs for there to be a probationary period during which the employer reviews the new employee’s skills, abilities and attitude to determine if he or she is suitable for the job. Most companies and institutions offer guidelines for the probationary period, that the new employee must follow. The guidelines will include a termination process. The new employee will sign a copy of the guidelines to prove he or she understands the conditions of the probation. If the company wants to dismiss the employee during the probationary period, the employer will send a probation termination letter to the new employee to inform him or her that the employment has ended.
A promotion consideration letter is written by an employee of a company who believes he or she has earned the right to a higher position in the company. Many companies look to their own employees to fill vacancies, so if an employee feels they are the right candidate, they need to make their wishes known to the appropriate people within the company.
A car accident settlement letter is intended to notify an injured party that the person responsible is willing to pay any expenses that they may have that are related to the incident. In the case of a car accident, one person is usually designated as at fault for the collision. In this case, that person may not want to involve his or her insurance company, so they send an accident settlement letter promising to pay the other person’s damages. There are several reasons why this is a good idea, especially for a minor accident.
When a person is seeking a job in child care, they need to have one or two child care recommendation letters to give to prospective employers. Parents are usually very careful with whom they leave their children, and require good and positive references from the applicant’s past employers. Also, when a parent is especially satisfied with a person who has provided quality care for their children, a child care recommendation letter to help the caregiver get another good job is one way of saying thank-you.