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Does anyone know if there exists a template for salary negotiation?

Or perhaps how one should look like?

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closed as off topic by yo', Claudio Fiandrino, Andrew Swann, Vivi, Thorsten Jan 4 '13 at 9:22

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As tohecz says in his answer, there are several LaTeX templates for letters. The subject of a letter does not really impact on the LaTeX required to create it, and even more general layout issues only link to this site when you want to know how to achieve them in LaTeX, rather than the more general 'is this a good idea' question. As such, I suspect the question is off-topic for us. – Joseph Wright Jan 4 '13 at 8:37
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There are no special classes for such type of a letter. For questions about how to format a letter in general, see for instance:

For tips on how to write salary negotiation letters, I would recommend you to post a fresh new question on Personal Finance and Money.SE

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