International House Helsinki assists foreigners in tax mattersTax Administration Bulletin, 4/3/2019
As of 4 April, the services that the Tax Administration provides in the Helsinki-Uusimaa Region for foreign workers, self-employed individuals and students and for companies hiring and supplying employees from abroad are concentrated in the International House Helsinki (IHH) service point. IHH also provides service for people who receive income from outside Finland.
If you have moved to Finland, International House Helsinki helps you when:
- you have moved to Finland to work or study and need a tax card or a tax number
Note: In Uusimaa, groups of more than five people must make an appointment with the Vantaa office.
- you have a company or you are a self-employed individual and you hire and supply workers from abroad
- you are an asylum seeker and need a tax card or tax number
- you receive income from outside Finland.
Please note that IHH is the only place in Uusimaa where you can find these services. After 3 April, the tax offices at Helsinki-Kluuvi, Järvenpää, Lohja, Porvoo and Raasepori will no longer provide the services. You can still visit any Tax Administration office in other tax matters.
The IHH service point is located in Sörnäinen, Helsinki
IHH has moved to a new location in Helsinki. IHH is jointly managed and operated by the Finnish Tax Administration, Kela, the City of Helsinki, the Finnish Immigration Service, the Local Register Office of Uusimaa, the TE Office of Uusimaa, the Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce, and the Finnish Centre for Pensions. When you arrive at IHH, the customer service agents direct you to the right service point.
Lintulahdenkuja 2, 2nd floor
Opening hours Mon–Fri from 9 am to 4 pm
Read more: www.ihhelsinki.fi/