Which ones are casually acceptable as follows?

Thanks for help.

Thanks for the help.

Thanks for your help.


"Thanks for the help" and "Thanks for your help" are both fine. "Thanks for help" sounds a bit ESL to me. If for some reason you were determined to express this in only three words, it would be "Thanks for helping".

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