The table below lists the types of income and corresponding proof required of the consumer, spouse, and parents (if the consumer is claimed as a dependent).

Table: Types of Income, Liquid Assets, and Required Proof

Income

Proof Required

Net wages and net income from other enterprises

  • pay verification;
  • check stubs;
  • bank statements; or
  • earnings statement.

Social Security disability benefits (Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Income (SSDI)) received by consumer

None required for a consumer's Social Security disability benefits.

All other Social Security benefits (for example, survivor or retirement benefits received by consumer or the consumer's spouse or parents, or Social Security disability received by consumer's spouse or parents)

  • award letter;
  • check stub;
  • income tax return; or
  • bank statement.

Income from other sources, such as public support payments, unemployment compensation income, Workers' Compensation income, private disability insurance, annuities

  • award letter;
  • check stub;
  • income tax return; or
  • bank statement.

Child support payments

  • award letter;
  • check stub;
  • income tax return;
  • court order; or
  • bank statement.

Liquid assets, such as cash and assets from savings or other accounts.

Account statements