I'm confused with a sentence that would ask for concerns in business writing. Which of the below sentences is correct to use:

Let us know if any concerns.


Let us know concerns if any.

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    The verb needs a preposition: "Let us know of any concerns." -- the if is unnecessary when any is used. HTH. – Kris Apr 28 '16 at 7:30
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I would write:

Please let us know if you have any concerns.


I wouldn't use either one. I will slightly modify your sentences to get something closer:

  1. Let us know if you have any concerns.
  2. Let us know your concerns, if any.

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