How to Write a Letter of Intent For Employment. The perfect resume has never been more necessary than it is now in this age of increased competition in the job search marketplace. More than ever you need to have an impressive resume topped with an equally impressive letter of intent or cover letter to catch the eye of the person who is hiring. Since this will be the first contact you have with a potential employer it is critical to make a good first impression. Having a great cover letter will get you the opportunity of a job interview and a real chance at getting the job you have applied for. Having a less than stellar cover letter means your resume will go straight into the reject pile.
Non_binding letters of intent for the purchase of a business or business assets should be drafted carefully, and may include most or all of the following elements: Total compensation offered, including breakdown (size of security deposit, down payment, seller_financed debt, bank debt), Warranties of clear and marketable title, A detailed list of all liabilities and assets to be purchased, Assurances of the validity and assumability of contracts (if applicable), Tax liability limitations, Operating condition of all equipment and machinery at time of purchase