This is to confirm that Mr. Name (Employee # 2623) is a senior staff employed in XYZ Company Limited since January 8, 2007, currently in the capacity of “Job Position” in the (Name of the Deparment )Department.
He receives a total monthly salary of QR. 11,591.00 (QR. Eleven Thousand Five Hundred and Ninety One only). Also, he receives the following allowances:
- Location Allowance
per day worked
- Commuting Allowance
per day worked
This letter is issued upon his request without any liability to the company.
For: XYZ Company Limited
17th January 2010 From Qatar
The CBDT, Ministry of Finance, Govt.of India notified certain modifications/amendments in Salary Certificate/Form-16 under the IT Act in April 2019.
The full text of the notification is attached for info & guidance of our members.
22nd April 2019 From India, Bangalore
12th July 2019 From India, New Delhi
As far as I know there is no blanket ban for issuing a salary certificate by an employer. This may be an administrative order issued locally by your HR/CEO. I think you employees are issued a salary slip every month, if so, the same slips can be shown to your bank. It's normal what's credited to one's bank a/c need not be the same for all the months, there could variances month to month, that's why banks insist for current salary certificate and atleast last 3 months' salary slips/bank statt. Some bankers might insist for a certificate on their letter head of office. You will have an option to show the banker's requirements, may be a prescribed loan application, to your office and request them once again for such a certificate explaining your urgent need of a loan.
12th July 2019 From India, Bangalore