The 2020 annual changes to the Incomes Register's technical documentation published6/27/2019
The annual changes for the year 2020 have been made to the Incomes Register's technical documents. The changes will be effective from 1 January 2020, but they are published six months in advance. The annual changes aim to improve the logic of reporting and the quality of the data saved in the Incomes Register. Some of the annual changes have been made based on the change requests of the Incomes Register's stakeholders.
Processing rules have been added to the schema descriptions of earnings payment reports and employer's separate reports. The new processing rules apply to, for example, identifiers and the reporting of dates. In addition, a new data item has been added to the schema descriptions of the earnings payment report: Tax at source from the recovered amount (TaxAtSource).
Data delivery - Schemas - Earnings payment reports 2020 (pdf), 27 June 2019, version 1.0
Data delivery - Schemas - Employer's separate reports 2020 (pdf), 27 June 2019, version 1.0
Data distribution - Schemas - Earnings payment reports 2020 (pdf), 27 June 2019, version 1.0
In addition to schema descriptions, annual changes have also been made to the codes. In the Codes document, the type of additional income earner data 'Person working on a road ferry on Åland Islands' will become valid as of 1 January 2020. The changes made to the income type codes apply to the reporting of the type of insurance information in situations where the payer must report an unusual insurance situation for the income type. An option to report an insurance information type that differs from the default has been added for the income types 209 Kilometre allowance and 419 Deduction before withholding.
Codes 2020 (pdf), 27 June 2019, version 1.0
Wages - Codes - Income types 2020 (pdf), 27 June 2019, version 1.0
The documentation is available on the incomesregister.fi website for ten years. The different versions of technical documents are grouped on the website according to the year.
This news item was updated on 13 September: links to documentation in English were added."