Category Archives: Correspondence/Stationery

Handwritten vs. Typed Notes

Thank you notes and condolence notes should always be handwritten.  Whether or not you write other types of correspondence by hand is a matter of personal preference.  For some, the quality of their penmanship dictates how they will write their … Continue reading

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Addressing Correspondence To Couples When One or Both Have the Title of Dr.

When sending correspondence to a couple, proper titles must be used in the address.  If one or both individuals have the title of Dr., one of the following examples should be used: 1. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jones (The husband … Continue reading

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How To Write a Thank You Note for a Group Gift

It is not uncommon for businesses or departments within a business to send a group gift for special occasions.  If you receive a gift from a group of people, it is proper etiquette to send a thank you note. If … Continue reading

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How to Properly Address Corrspondence to Unmarried Couples

When sending correspondence to two people who are living together and are not married, their names should appear on separate lines as in the following examples: Alicia Stuart Brian Smith or Ms. Alicia Stuart Mr. Brian Smith

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