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The problem has been solved -The Employer Payroll Report 2017 of Aalto University concerning people working over six months in Finland, has not been received by the Finnish Tax Administration

This problem has been solved and the Employer Payroll Report has been resend to Tax Administration.

If your deadline for submitting corrections is 3 April 2018, you can now check your data on tax return. If you need to make changes, you can do so online.

 

For some reason the Employer Payroll Report 2017 of Aalto University concerning people working over six months in Finland, has not been received by the Finnish Tax Administration, even though it was given in time and correctly. The reason for that is yet unclear, but the Finnish Tax Administration will look into it.

 

If you have received inadequate Pre-Completed Tax Return form, in other words, Aalto University’s salaries are not included, there is no need for any actions at this moment. We are waiting for the instructions from the Finnish Tax Administration.

 

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