19 ‘Thank You in Advance’ Alternatives That Are Far More Polite

Don’t end an email with “thank you in advance.” Many people find this phrase rude; after all, you’re assuming they’re going to do whatever you’ve requested – essentially taking away their right to say no. And it can also seem like you can’t bother to follow up with a “thank you” after they’ve obliged you, so you’re just going to say it now. Instead of writing “Thanks in advance,” “Thank you for your consideration,” or “Thank you in advance for your help,” try these 19 other ways to say it. More >>

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