How To Write A Salary Confirmation Letter?


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Salary confirmation letters are often asked for by landlords to make sure that prospective tenants have the necessary funding to afford the rent they will need to pay for their apartment. It is a fairly routine request and it should be straightforward for an employee to obtain a salary confirmation letter from their employer.
If you, as an employer, are asked to write a salary confirmation letter, then you should find that it is a simple task. The letter itself requires only the necessary information and very little else in terms of detail. It need only be a very short letter. You might want to write the letter in the following way:
Dear [name of person who requires letter] (if you do not know the name, then write 'To whom it may concern'),
Please accept this letter as confirmation that [employee name] has been employed by [name of the company] since [date that they started work]. They are currently employed by the company with the job title of [job title]. They earn a salary of [salary per day/week/month/year] and a bonus of [bonus amount].
[Employee] works [full-time/part-time] for [number] of hours a week.
If you require any further details please contact me on [provide preferred contact details].
Yours sincerely,
[Your name]
[Job title and company]
A simple letter such as this should suffice as it provides all the necessary details that someone would want from a salary confirmation letter.
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Anonymous answered
To whom it may concern.

Kindly accept this letter of confirmation that Mr Joseph Bajada who had been working with the company for the past 5 years as banque-nting waiter on part time basis. He is paid according to the hours worked at a fixed rate and other bonuses are being paid.

Yours truely

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Anonymous answered
This is to confirm mary brown is employed with us since 15th november 2009 and withdrawing month salary of s$2500.00.

Should there be any queries please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned

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