Additional documents that may be required depending on your employment type are as follows:
- If you are a paid employee, a payroll or letter of income: An up-to-date payroll that is dated no earlier than 2 months or SSI (social security institution) registration number, employer registration number, monthly net wage, and letter of income received within the last 1 month, including your information on whether there is a lien on or deduction from your salary, and a signature circular
- If you are retired, a retirement certificate: Retiree identity card and pension allocation certificate / a bankbook demonstrating your pension
- If you own a sole proprietorship, relevant company documents: An up-to-date tax registration certificate and annual income tax declaration / up-to-date and summary profit and loss statement
- If you are a shareholder of an equity company, relevant company documents: An up-to-date tax registration certificate and annual corporate tax declaration
- If you have rental income, relevant rental documents: A title deed for the real estate subject to the rental, a rental contract that is not older than 2 years, and a document demonstrating the collection of rent, which is not dated more than 2 months ago
- If you have interest income, a bankbook: A document that shows your interest income and is received after the date of your application
- If you are a farmer, a farmer certificate: A farmer certificate and a document showing your income from agriculture
*The applicant is required to submit an income certificate if s/he is not registered in the social security agency system or his/her registration thereof cannot be confirmed or if the applicant wishes to declare an additional source of income.
**If the applicant is a paid employee or a self-employed person, a guarantor is not required in loan applications but the branches reserve the right to demand one if they deem necessary. The guarantor should also submit the above-listed documents to the Bank.