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    Funds

    Dear teacher please correct the if it is not.

    As our practice we receive a consolidated amount from you for your expenditures.We pay your expenses from the funds which we receive from you. The month I have received $1000/- but your expenses were $2,500/-so we need to receive $1,500 for your expenses & $3,000/- as advance for your incoming expenses.

    As you know our financial strength very well. If we have a sufficient amount with us, we will pay your expenses first and then claims them.

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    Re: Funds

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    Dear teacher Unnecessary

    Please correct the this if necessary. it is not.

    As our practice (I don't know what this means) we receive (are you sure you want the present tense?) a consolidated amount (What is a "consolidated amount"? from you for your expenditures. (Put a space after a full stop.) We pay your expenses from the funds which we receive from you. The month (This month/Last month?) I have received $1000/- but your expenses were $2,500/-so we need to receive $1,500 for your expenses & $3,000/- as an advance for your incoming forthcoming/future expenses.

    As you know our financial strength very well. (This is not a complete sentence.)

    If we have a sufficient amount with us, we will pay your expenses first and then claims them. (This sentence does not make sense.)
    Please see my notes and queries above in red and grey.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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