Proof of income requirements

Here’s what you’ll need for your credit application

Please follow these steps: 

Step 1

Download this proof of income requirements PDF. You'll need a PDF file viewer to open the file.

Please print the form and fill it out completely.

Step 2

Find out what supporting documents you need by identifying your employment status below. Then attach copies of your supporting documents to your application form.

Step 3

Send your completed application form and supporting documents to:

Barclays Bank
Dept. GIV,
FREEPOST RSXH-GSRR-EYTY
Leicester
LE87 2BB

Alternatively, you can hand them in at your nearest branch.

Supporting documents for your employment status

The following supporting documents relate to step 2 of your proof of income requirements. Please provide the documents for your employment status.

PAYE employee

  • Provide a copy of all your payslips from the past 2 calendar months
  • Alternatively, you can provide a copy of your P60 form showing your total salary for the last tax year.

If your salary isn't paid into a Barclays account, please also provide copies of bank statements showing receipt of your salary for all instances.

Self-employed

  • Provide your HMRC SA302 form confirming your latest tax calculation

If your income isn’t paid into a Barclays account, please also provide copies of bank statements showing receipt of the funds as shown on the SA302 form.

Other sources of income

Private or company pension scheme: Please provide your latest annual pension statement.

Trust fund income: Please provide written confirmation from an accountant and a tax assessment.

Court-ordered maintenance payments: Please provide a copy of your court order.

Regular benefits (including Child benefit, State Pension, Disability Living Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Carers Allowance, Industrial Injuries Benefit, Severe Disability Allowance): Please provide evidence that this income is regular, along with details of any end date (if the benefit is end-dated).

If you’re applying for a temporary overdraft, or a temporary increase to an existing overdraft, to be repaid from a single source of future income (eg a maturing savings bond), provide evidence showing the value of this expected income, and the date at which it will become available.