An SA302 is a tax document that outlines income and tax spending over the last 4 years. Often requested by lenders and other financial institutions.
The SA302 is a document issued by HMRC in the United Kingdom that shows how much money an individual has earned and how much tax they have paid in the last 4 years. It is also known as a tax calculation.
An SA302 can act as evidence of your income, so might be requested by a bank providing loans or mortgages when the individual acting as the loanee is Self-employed.
An example page of the SA302 is shown below:
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