Finnish Tax return form info 27.4. at 13-15.00

Have you already received your *precompleted tax form?

Are you wondering what to do with it? Here is your chance to find out what the form is all about:


Finnish tax form – why, when and how? (Robert Kääriäinen, Senior Tax Clerk, In To Finland)

When: Thursday April 27, 2017, 13-15:00

Where: T-building, Computer science and engineering, Lecture room C105, Konemiehentie 2, Otaniemi campus

Language of the event is English.


*The precompleted tax form is posted in March or April 2017 to everyone who has worked in Finland in 2016.


Online pre-registration is required.

Online registration form:

Registration will be open until 21 April, or when all the available seats are taken.


Printable invitation: Finnish tax return info 2017 (pdf)


More info:

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