Using the salutation “To Whom It May Concern” may be used in the most formal situations when the direct receiver is not known. The salutation “dear” is appropriate in formal business situations. If the recipient’s gender... More »

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Some good Christian closing salutations for emails are "In Christian love," "Because of Calvary" and "In His Grip". These salutations are recommended by David Peach, who has experience in full-time missionary work. More »

At Christmas time, Christmas cards go out to family and friends with popular closing salutations such as "May the spirit of Christmas be with you throughout the New Year" and "Wishing you a Merry Christmas touched with w... More »

The type of salutation appropriate for a business letter depends on whether you know the name and gender of the recipient and the type of relationship you have with the recipient. Start with "Dear" followed by the recipi... More »

Generally, business letters include the opening salutation, "Dear Mr./Ms. [last name]" and the closing salutation, "Best Regards" or something similar. However, the appropriate salutation depends on the industry, level o... More »

A salutation may simply be “Hello” or “Hi” for casual circumstances, while “Greetings” is a slightly more formal option. Address a religious dignitary by considering the individual’s title. For example, a proper salutati... More »

A business letter is formatted with the sender's address followed by the date on the date line, inside address (recipient's address, including his or her name), salutation, body, closing and any enclosures. The parts of ... More »