A letter of explanation should be short and to the point. You may be asked to explain not only that you experienced some sort of temporary difficulty, but also that the situation was temporary and has since been rectified. If your letter is explaining bankruptcy, it is best to be completely honest and thoroughly exclaim your situation at that point in time. Detail your hardships and in with an explanation of your financial behavior and how it has changed for the better since your bankruptcy.
Mary F. Jury
I grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, where I now live. My education covers a variety of areas that include accounting, computer programming, medicine, writing, office and management. At present, I am a self-employed Virtual Assistant and Medical Transcriptionist that works from home. I work for various companies utilizing my writing skills to write letters and articles that are posted on the Internet. I am also an Herbalife distributor.
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It has been just over two years since I reported to [ship]. I truly loved my job as assistant waiter and enjoyed my career with [ship]. Around the end of 2004, however, I had to dismiss myself from the work because of...