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SA302 and HMRC tax overview

Friday 15th January 2016

If you are applying for mortgage then you will more than likely be asked to provide several SA302s and a current HMRC tax overview. What are these I hear you say??

Well an SA302 is basically a summary of all your income for a particular tax year i.e. 6 April 2014 to 5 April 2015. This will show your salary and dividends and any other income you have that is taxable and declared on a personal tax return. You will probably be asked to provide two or three years worth f SA302s.

An HMRC tax overview is a snapshot of your personal tax account so it shows the amount of taxation that was due for a particular tax year and the amount you paid - it basically shows that you have paid your personal taxes.

The good thing is we can provide both of these for you quite easily. As soon as you are asked for them just confirm with your mortgage broker which years they require and drop us an email with the request.

Any questions please do email Christopher on chris@123contracting.co.uk

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