In order to get a mortgage, brokers and lenders ask employees for payslips and P60’s and for business owners they ask for SA302’s and Tax Overviews (often lenders also want an accountants certificate to certify the clients trading results).
The SA302 shows:
Pay from all employments
Profits from self employments Property Profits
tax and National Insurance due
On the 25th August 2017 HMRC wrote…
Agents have told us that not all their client’s lenders will accept the self-serve copy printed from their HMRC online account or the commercial software used to file the SA return, or their commercial software does not print.
A list of lenders who will accept self-serve copies can be found in the HMRC’s guidance, Mortgage providers and lenders who accept a SA302 tax calculation and a tax year overview.
It is always worth checking with the lender or mortgage provider what they require as evidence of income. And should another third party require a copy of the tax calculation, you may wish to ask if they accept a self-serve copy.
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