Anonymous:If you know someone would you put faithfully or sincerely?
Anonymous:I would use either depending on the nature of the writing.
I typically use "Kind Regards" or even more simply "Best" for someone I know.
AnonymousIf you know someone would you put faithfully or sincerely?
Generally, the exact mode of address depends on the relationship between the sender and the recipient. Sounds obvious doesn't it, but it really pays to keep that in mind.
Informal modes of address change frequently, but informality in business can only go so far. A business letter where you know the recipient is now quite likely to begin Dear Alan and end Best wishes, Kind regards, or the slightly more formal Yours sincerely, but to an anonymous person in a corporate entity the strictly correct Dear Sir(s) and Yours faithfully are better; at least, you will not be criticised for using those terms. One other point about business letters - If you include a person's name in the address box at the top of the letter, then begin your letter Dear Mr. Jones... or Dear Mrs. Smith.... Whether you finish with Yours sincerely or the more formal Yours faithfully is up to you.
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