Salaried employees must know the differences between Salary certificate and Salary letter. In most cases, salary certificate or salary letter come into picture when an employee thinks about how to overcome current or forthcoming financial crisis - personal debt, purchasing a car, buying a house are the common occasions.
When you contact a financial institutions like bank, they give you a list of documents required for processing loan application. Some institution wanted salary certificate while others wanted salary letter. What are the main objectives and differences of these two documents - salary certificate and salary letter?
What is Salary Certificate?
Salary certificate is a document issued by an office head to their employee upon request made by an employee. The request must have a reason which should mention in the certificate as to own purpose or relatives' / friend's purpose. If approved by management, a certificate will be issued to employee in the subject line of "Salary Certificate". This certificate can be submitted for Loan application to any financial institutions depending upon the relationship and interest. Usually its validity may remain for one year or less.
Answer: Normally an employee is entitled to get Salary certificate once in a year. In some organization, it will be given upto 4 in each quarter year gap. It depends the policy of the company / organization, nothing else. Many financial institutions accepts Salary slip instead of Salary Certificate as a supporting document for loan application. In such cases employee can apply for 12 loan applications! This does not mean that employee will get loans from all those institutions.