It's fine? That's awesome. Even the part which states I've earned 9600 between Sep 19 and Feb 20? I'm guessing that is the important part as it satisfies "iii) the period over which they have been or were paid the level of salary relied upon in the application;", right?seagul wrote: ↑Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:52 amThis one is totally fine. On a separate covering letter You can make your calculations as how you are meeting the financial requirement. Don't over think or overstress as you seems like easily be able to meet the requirement. And as stated previously that if you are having difficulty to approach HR then any competent person including your line manager can even prepare this letter for you.ChugaLuvMe wrote: ↑Thu Feb 13, 2020 12:48 pm.
To the Entry Clearance Officer,
X is employed by XX as a XXX as permanent staff. His gross annual salary is 11200 as well as receiving a night premium of 2800 per year, making his gross annual salary 14000 . He has been employed since May 2019. He has received a total income of 9,600 from September 2019 to February 2020 due to overtime, which is reflected on his payslips. This overtime is expected to continue at the same rate of pay.
Please contact myself on XXX if you require any further information.
To work out my average annualised overtime income, I have done the following calculations. I would be more than grateful if somebody could check it over to see if I've made a mistake.
I earn 14k per year salary. 14000/12 = 1166 (base pay)
Sep 19: 1641.13 (1641.13 - 1166 = 475.13 earned through overtime)
Oct 19: 2317.76 (2317.76 - 1166 = 1151.76 earned through overtime)
Nov 19: 1879.19 (1879.19 - 1166 = 713.19 earned through overtime)
Dec 19: 1870.69 (1870.69 - 1166 = 704.69 earned through overtime)
Jan 20: 1820.41 (1820.41 - 1166 = 654.41 earned through overtime)
Feb 20: 1550.00 (1550 - 1166 = 384 earned through overtime)
Average overtime is: 475.13 + 1151.76 + 713.19 + 704.69 + 654.41 + 384 = 4083.18/6 * 12 = 8166.36.
Average overtime annually: 8166.36
They then will do 1166*12 = 13992. Then 13992 + 8166.36 = 22158.36 annually salary.
Still waiting on Feb 20 payslip so I'll substitute this number with whatever I receive, which will be above 1550 of course.