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Document What evidence do I need to send for my spouse / partner / civil partner’s income when applying for a postgraduate bursary?

You need to send original evidence of any income your spouse / partner / civil partner received if you're applying for the postgraduate maintenance grant or any of the additional dependants allowances.

The bursary application form details what evidence can be accepted, but the following can also be used as guidance:

Income from employment
  • P60
  • Payslips which cover the full tax year
  • P45
  • Employer’s letter
  • HMRC Income confirmation
  • Confirmation of Earnings form (You can download this form from our website within the 'Forms you might need' section)
     
Income from self-employment
  • Accountant’s letter
  • Tax Self-Assessment form
  • Profit and Loss Accounts
     
Income from property, lettings or rent
  • Accountant’s letter
  • Tax Self-Assessment form
     
Income from trusts
  • Dividend statements
     
Income from pensions
  • Pension statements
     
Income from benefits
  • Benefit letters / statements
  • Confirmation of Benefits form (You can download this form from our website within the 'Forms you might need' section)
     
Maintenance payments for yourself and children
  • Child Support Agency letter
  • Maintenance court order
  • Confirmation of voluntary maintenance letter
     
Building Society interest
  • Bank or building society statements of interest earned (evidence is only needed if the amount received is over £1,000)
     
Income from investments
  • Dividend statements (evidence is only needed if the amount received is over £1,000)
     
Income from sponsorships
  • Award letter from sponsor
     
You must send original evidence via the post as we're unable to accept any evidence via email or fax.
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