Write a compensation letter by addressing the concerned firm and explaining the reasons for appropriate compensation. The letter should also contain the terms of the compensation and when the claim takes effect.Continue Reading
Write your address on the top of the paper. Leave a single space, then write the current date. Leave another single space, and write the recipient's address.
Write a formal salutation on the letter. "Dear Sir/Madam" format is appropriate. You may address the recipient by his or her name if you know it.
Introduce yourself, and give a brief reason for asking for compensation. If there is an authority that approves such a compensation, include his name in this section.
Give details and amounts for which you seek to be compensated. Be clear and concise. Use a bullet point for individual aspects of the compensation. In your explanation, include calculations of the amounts you seek.
Insert the specific date when the compensation takes effect.
Insert any conditions and caveats of the compensation. Be clear and straight to the point.
"Yours sincerely" is an appropriate format for the closing. Write your signature, and print your name below it.