What Documents Are Required for CitiFinancial Personal Loans?

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What Documents Are Required for CitiFinancial Personal Loans?
CitiFinancial personal loans can help you cover unexpected expenses. (money image by Bradlee Mauer from Fotolia.com)

When you apply for a personal loan through CitiFinancial, whether online or in person, the institution will require you provide certain documents before you can complete your loan process. You must provide proof of your name, address and any income you receive. To speed your personal loan along, bring these documents with you the first time you visit the branch.

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To start any personal loan with CitiFinancial the consumer has to complete a loan application. You can complete this application online or in person. For the application, you will need basic information such as your full name and address, financial information such as your employment status and annual income, and information such as your social security number and mother's maiden name to verify your identity.


When you visit a CitiFinancial branch about your personal loan, you will need to provide the loan adviser with either one form of primary identification or two forms of secondary identification. According to CitiFinancial, a driver's license, state-issued identification card, passport, military identification card or government-issued VISA all work as a form of primary identification. If you do not have any of these documents, you can bring two forms of secondary identification with you. Secondary forms of identification include a birth certificate with the embossed seal, an employment badge, a current credit card, a recent bank statement, a W-2 or a utility bill, according to CitiFinancial. Any form of identification you use must list your current address.

Income Verification

In order to approve your personal loan, the loan adviser will need to verify your income. You will need to bring one or more verification documents with you to the branch. If you receive a regular paycheck, you can provide the loan adviser with a pay stub no older than 30 days, a signed verification of employment letter, military leave statements, payroll records or a W-2 that lists your current employer. If you receive pension funds or social security benefits, you will need to provide a social security award letter, a bank statement no older than 30 days, a copy of a social security check or a copy of a pension check. If you are self-employed the loan adviser will need to see tax returns from the two previous years, according to CitiFinancial.

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