What is new in tax-at-source on dividends, webinar 18. December

Time:
12/18/2018 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

(EET, UTC + 2) 

Join this webinar to hear more about what is new in tax-at-source on dividends. The topics of the webinar will include the suggested legislative changes in relation to nominee-registered shares (provided the law is passed), the new form for tax-at-source card applications, and any updates in claiming for refund of Finnish withholding tax on dividends. 

The new Foreign corporation's tax-at-source card application for dividend, interest and royalty income (form 6211) has been published. The form and instructions are available in Finnish, Swedish and English. You can familiarise yourself with the form and related instructions here.

Target audience: foreign corporate entities receiving dividend income from Finland, their agents, and foreign custodians

Webinar programme:

• Legislative changes: nominee registered shares (provided the law is passed)
• New tax-at-source card application form for dividend, interest and royalty income
• Updates in claiming for refund of Finnish withholding tax on dividends

Sign up here

Live chat is operating, and the Tax Administration’s experts are ready to answer your questions. However, if you wish to send any questions beforehand, please send them to financialsector(a)vero.fi. These questions will be answered either during or after the event anonymously, so we ask that you specify these questions by writing "Question for webinar" in the subject field.

The event is held in English.

The webinar is streamed live at www.mediaserver.fi/live/vero The webinar is broadcast live.

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You will receive an e-mail with more detailed instructions for taking part in the webinar. The webinar is free of charge. Any materials will be sent after the webinar to those who have signed up.

A recording of the webinar will be available as of 19 December.