A personal financial statement (PFS) is a document that outlines an individual's financial position at a given point in time. Underwriters request personal financial statements on a case-by-case basis.
Sometimes underwriters will require surety bond applicants to provide a personal financial statement during the application and underwriting process to prove financial stability when an individual bond or client account reaches a certain limit. Depending on the information listed on the PFS, an underwriter might approve an application or request additional information/documentation for further underwriting consideration.
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