You can use this Salary Verification Letter to check the employee's employment or salary history. Both an employer and employee can use this letter.
You can use this Salary Verification Letter to check the employee's employment or salary history. Both an employer and employee can use this letter. Below are situations in which the employee may need to use a Salary Verification Letter:
Occasionally, the employer wishing to employ the employee may ask the current employer for a Salary Verification Letter to make sure that the employee worked for the salary he specified. Alternatively, the employee may attach this letter as proof in his resume. The letter can also be used to secure loans, credits, mortgages, which are submitted to a financial institution.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
The letter provides basic information about the employee's work at the company. This information contains the employee's duties and for how long he has worked at the company. The letter then details the employee's annual salary and any compensation received (such as commissions and bonuses).
A completed document should be signed and sent to the recipient. The employee may also keep a copy for himself for future use.
In the US, no laws govern Salary Verification Letters. This document is an informal letter.