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Proof of income

The document we need to see depends on circumstances. If you have more than one income (e.g. a part time job and benefits), we'll need to see proof for each.

 

We've listed the documents we see most often, or you can filter by your employment status:

  • A payslip, paper or electronic; (issued within the last 35 days)
  • A letter showing the benefits you receive (DWP or Jobcentre Plus Benefit Award letter), dated within the last 365 days.

Attendance Allowance

DWP Letter / Jobcentre Plus Benefit Award

Letter

Carer’s Allowance

Contribution Based Jobseeker’s

Allowance

Employment and Support Allowance

Incapacity Benefit

Income Based Jobseeker’s Allowance

Income Support

Industrial Injury Benefit

Maternity Allowance

Reduced Earnings Allowance

Severe Disablement Allowance

Universal Credit

Widowed Parent’s Allowance

Disability Living Allowance (Adults), dated within last 1095

Days Disability Living Allowance (Children), dated within last 1095

Personal Independence Payment, dated within last 1095

  • Child Benefit, Child Tax Credits (HMRC Letter, Child/Working Tax Credit Letter), dated within the last 365 days
  • Child Benefit (Post Office Card Account Statement), dated within the last 35 days
  • Working Tax Credits or Guardian’s Allowance, (HMRC Letter or Working Tax Credit Letter), dated within the last 365 days
  • Housing Benefit (Paid to Tenant Only) (DWP Letter / Jobcentre Plus Benefit Award Letter or Confirmation Letter / Remittance Advice ), dated within the last 365 days
  • Pension / Annuity statement, payslip or letter stating entitlement (including state pension), dated within the last 365 days.

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