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This just in...I have recently been employed by [our company] and also purchasing a house, and my loan officer is requesting a pay stub. I don’t have one yet because I won’t get paid until the third I was wondering if there was anyway to give me a paystub so I can show them I make money?
Sure, Bud! We can produce a pay stub for a payroll that we have yet to problem!



  • This year, 2020, Independence Day is observed on the 3rd, so "Bud" should be getting paid on the 2nd as the 3rd is a bank holiday. If that does no solve the problem, the bank may be able to accept verification of employment. In any event, given Bud's circumstances, Bud should be asking what they really need rather than what their check sheet says to ask for.