Foreign companies working in the construction sector in Finland – Facts about corporate and employee taxes
- 10/10/2018 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join this Webinar to hear what you should know when setting up a construction-sector operation of any kind: when is a foreign company required to comply with Finnish tax rules, what does a foreign company have to do regularly about taxes, what does an employer company have to do, who is treated as a Finnish nonresident, who is treated as a resident – and what does this mean for the employer of the workers at building sites. We also inform participants of the mandatory registration of construction workers’ tax numbers, of the reporting requirements in the sector, and give specific guidance on where to find the information you need about taxes and about the services provided by the Tax Administration.
This webinar is especially for: Foreign companies and entrepeneurs that have activities in Finland and work in the construction sector, company representatives, foreign entrepreneurs and accounting firms who work with foreign companies.
- Overview of foreigners’ tax obligations
- Resident or nonresident employees, obligations of an employer
- The information-reporting requirement in the construction sector (information on workers, information on contracts) and the public register of tax numbers
Live chat is operating, and the Tax Administration’s experts are ready to answer your questions.
The event is held in English.
The webinar is streamed live at www.mediaserver.fi/live/vero The webinar is broadcast live.
Our webinar relies on Youtube Live technology. Recommended browsers are Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Unfortunately, YouTube Live will not work with Internet Explorer and Windows 7. If your operating system is Windows 7, we recommend that you use Chrome or Firefox browsers instead. If you have Windows 10, you can access the stream with Internet Explorer without any problems.
You will receive an e-mail with more detailed instructions for taking part in the webinar. The webinar is free of charge.
A recording of the webinar will be available as of 11 October.