Letter from chartered accountant to validate my self employed income (one invoice)

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Experience Level: Intermediate
I am applying for a Tier 1 visa and need to submit a letter from an accountant confirming the self-employed income I am claiming in the visa application.

I only have one invoice and have a letter template. Essentially, I just need a letter from an accountant (from an approved supervisory body - see below) to read my draft template, look at my inovice and bank statement and verify they match. This should take an hour tops!

The specifics from the Home Office on the letter are below and the supervisory accountant bodies follow (you must be from one of these and have a letterhead that matches).

Guidance:

Letter from the applicant’s accountant on headed paper confirming the gross and net pay for the period claimed. The letter should give a breakdown of salary, dividends, profits, tax credits and dates of net payments earned. (Note I only have salary, no dividends, profits, tax credits). All accountants must be either fully qualified chartered accountants or certified accountants who are members of a registered body.


The letter should include invoice explanations or payment summaries from the applicant’s accountant. These are summaries or explanations created by an applicant’s accountant. These explanations should include a breakdown of the gross salary, tax deductions and dividend payments made to the applicant. (Note I only have gross salary) The total gross salary and dividend payments should be the same as the applicant’s earnings. The payment summary should enable us to check that these correspond with the net payments into the applicant’s personal bank account. All accountants must be either fully qualified chartered accountants or certified accountants who are members of a registered body. These include:

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW); the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland (ICAS); the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ICAI); the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA); the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), the Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA); or the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).

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