HI Friends, Please help me with a draft for Full and Final Settlement Letter. I have to issuethis letter to an employee stating the amount that has to be recovered from him. Regards, Monica Kaushik
From India, Delhi
Hi Monica,
Plz find below the Releiving Letter which you can issue. From option a or b whatever is applicable youc can keep in the letter else delete.:--
Date: 6th March 2008


Mr. abc
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Relieving Letter

With reference to your Resignation Letter dated 16th January 2008, the management has duly accepted the same and accordingly you are being relieved from the services of the company as Software Engineer with effect from 14th February 2008.

a) Herewith, attached the cheque amounting to Rs/- , along with the computation sheet towards your Full and Final Settlement.
b) We confirm the receipt of Rs./- by Cheque / DD no.<> dated drawn on against the amount in lieu of Notice Period.

We wish you all the best and success for your future endeavors.

for XYZ Company Limited.

Manager – Human Resources.

Encl: 1) Citibank Check no. dated .
2) Computation Sheet.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Monica, Pls find the attached file. If you find it suitable,you can use it to fulfill your purpose. Hope it will helpful to you!!!!!!!! cheers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Regards, Archana
From India, Delhi

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File Type: doc Reliving+Experience Letter.doc (31.5 KB, 12568 views)

I have developed a full and final settlement letter, which acts as a certificate as well as a computation slip (payslip for the last month of working). We are currently using this format. I have just added some possible salary heads. This would, ofcourse, vary from firm to firm.
See if this takes care of what you are looking for. I guess, using this slip alongwith a letter stating the details of cheque enclosed or demanding the amount to be recovered would be sufficient

From India, Coimbatore

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File Type: doc full&final.doc (36.5 KB, 17465 views)

I think this will be help you.

Mr./ Ms. XYZ (Designnation)
Address :

Subject: Recovery Letter

Dear Mr/ Ms. XYZ,
With reference to your Resignation Letter dated ______ 200 , the management has duly accepted the same and accordingly you will be relieve from the services of the company after recovering the advance/extra amount you have taken.
This is informing to you that you have taken the advance amount ….. on dated: ……..
And recovering _______ & surplus amount____________have to recover by this (time period)

Please contact the Accounts/ HR department and settle & make full & final settlement this issue. So that we can issue your reliving letter.
for (Company Name).
Manager – Human Resources/ Authorized Signatory.

With Regards

From India, New Delhi
Please inform - What are your exact requirements? What industry you are in? Do you have any existing letter format which needs improvement?
In the meantime read my latest post on Performance Driven Culture.
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From India, Delhi
Hi I want to know how to write letter to VP HR for full & final settlement letter Can someone help me Sunny
From Mauritius
HI Friends, Please help me with a draft for Full and Final Settlement Letter. I have to issue this letter to my HR Dpt the amount that has to be recovered from the Company. Regards, Esther
From India, Bangalore
Are you talking about a letter from an ex emplloyee to the organization asking for his / her dues from the company? Please let me know and only then I can help!!! Thanks
From India, Faridabad
Can you please help me in writing a letter to the client for full and final settlement.
I was asked to:-
• Submit all DNC lists to
• Remove their caller ID number from my display
• Return all lists that have been dialed with corresponding disposition reports
Once all the above documents were satisfactorily received by the Client payments due will be made for the services rendered to this date.
I look forward to hearing from you.\

From India, Delhi

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