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If I am writing a formal letter and I want to say thanks in the last sentence, what are some ways that I could word it without sounding awkward?

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    I appreciate your assistance in this matter.

    Thanks in advance.

    Thank you for considering my application.

    I don't know... it depends on what you're writing about. The first one usually does the trick, but you will probably want to make it more specific.

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    Thank you for your time and attention in this matter.

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