Salary Advance Request Losing Family Unexpected Fees


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How to write a Salary Advance Request Letter Losing Family Member Unexpected Fees? A situation that unfortunately happened to many families due to the COVID-19 Outbreak. 

Unprecedented times create a lot of uncertainty and are very stressful. It helps if you can learn from each other’s experiences. A way to overcome problems is sometimes by asking for help from your company, friends, family. In case you are looking for ways to find funds for the costs coming from the unexpected passing of a close family member, an acceptable way could be to ask your boss for an advance payment of your salary to overcome your difficulties if you do not have enough savings to pay for the funeral, traveling, etc. This can be helpful to improve your situation significantly.

Whatever the impact is for your personal life or business, right now you do not have the time or resources to overcome the situation. The Coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through aerosols/droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. Especially when those aerosols are in non-ventilated areas, they can create problems. You can be infected by breathing in the virus if you are within proximity of someone who has COVID-19, or by touching a contaminated surface and then your eyes, nose, or mouth.

Here is a suitable reference salary advance request letter, which can be both written or sent via email. It shows a decent way to request an advance payment of your monthly salary. Consider the levels of politeness, based on your relationship with your boss. Making a polite request can be done:


Example of a polite but direct way of asking for advance payment: 

I am writing to request a full salary advance on my next paycheck, please. My mother-in-law passed away yesterday due to the corona virus, and I need the funds to buy last-minute, cross-country airplane tickets. This expense is completely unexpected, and I regret to say that I am unable to pay for my travel with my current savings. I have contacted HR and am aware of the company’s policy on salary advances. I am prepared to agree to the usual terms for a 4-month repayment window (25% per month) and a 2.5% interest rate.
I apologize for the last-minute nature of my request and for the inconvenience I am sure this would cause you. I respectfully ask for your patience and understanding. I am available to meet with you to discuss this request in person anytime today or before tomorrow afternoon. Thank you very much for your time and understanding.

Instead of starting from scratch, you may save yourself some effort in preparation, if you use this letter as a starting point. Download this sample Application for Advance Salary for funeral and other costs related to suddenly a family member passing away now.

This Salary Advance Request Letter Losing Family Member Unexpected Fees is part of a Coronavirus COVID-19 Template collection of useful sample text resources during these difficult and uncertain times. 

We wish you strength during these difficult times. Stay safe!


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