I recently sent a mail to my boss's boss signing off saying .

"Cheers to a hopefully smooth processing month" as a last statement in my mail to wish all of us a good month devoid of issues .

Is this incorrect ?

  • Why do you ask? You think "Cheers" is too informal to send to your boss's boss. If you wonder about it, then it probably is too informal. – GEdgar Jul 27 at 0:29
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about business etiquette, not the English language, per se. – Mick Jul 27 at 0:29
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    The usage and meaning of "Cheers" seems to have changed quite a bit over the last 30 or 40 years; but for me, it is always informal. Think about it: it comes from a toast in a bar...? – Cascabel Jul 27 at 0:37

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