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    #1

    is it correct?

    I want ask my manager to provide a cash advance for one of our employees due to his financial problem-please see below.

    Sir,

    Kindly arrange to provide a salary advance 3000/- for Mr. .... He agreed to repay this advance by 6 equal monthly installments of 500/- each.


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    Re: is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by francycham View Post
    I want ask my manager to provide a cash advance for one of our employees due to his financial problem-please see below.

    Sir,

    Kindly arrange to provide a salary advance 3000/- for Mr. .... He agreed (has agreed/agrees)to repay this advance by 6 equal monthly installments of 500/- each.

    This sounds like an instruction. I thought it is an appeal to the management and the reason for asking for the advance should at least be given.

    not a teacher

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