Annually in March Finnish tax office sends a pre-completed tax return. Even you haven't received a tax declaration, but you have worked in Finland – we definitely advise you to check how much tax you have overpaid and get your money back.
The Finnish Income Tax Act allows to reduce the amount of wage tax or Income tax by using tax credits and tax free allowances. However, you can get these tax credits in full only if you file a tax return.
Filling and submitting a tax return requires special knowledges. You can do it yourself but millions of people found the easiest way – they use tax companies to prepare and submit their tax return. If you have not filed your Finnish tax return yet, do it with our help. It is simple and cost-effective!
We also help those who have already started the process of tax refund but have difficulties or delay.
Our long experience shows that the overpayment of tax can happen in the following cases:
To calculate your tax refund please, use our tax calculator or contact our Tax Manager by email. After you enter the data into our calculator you get from us a preliminary estimation of the amount of the overpaid tax. The aim of our Manager is to provide you the most precise calculation. In any case, this tax calculation is free of charge.
At first, you submit an application for a tax refund on our website or in the office to our representative/s. It will take only few minutes.
We will provide you the TaxPack forms. You must sign them and send to our office or give them to our representative personally!
We take care of all the paperwork regarding your Finnish tax return. Throughout the process, we liaise with the tax office on your behalf. Finally, the tax office will make a tax assessment and you get a refund.
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If the form (Todistus) has been lost or not provided - this is not a problem. Our tax manager will contact your employer to get all necessary documents for your tax return. We do this job for you at no extra cost. It is so great when it is all-inclusive.
Yes, you can apply for a tax refund, even if you continue working and living in Finland. Be advised that you can claim your tax refund for the last four years. For example, in March 2015 you can apply for a tax refund for the following tax years: 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011.
Yes, you can go back to work in Finland and you can apply for a tax refund even if you are still working there. "A Tax Refund" is a general and legal procedure. It means that you have an overpayment of tax. The tax authority makes the tax calculation taking on account income, tax paid and eligible tax credits and allowances. If you’ve paid too much tax VERO SKATT will send you a refund.
After submitting a tax return, you will receive a Tax Assessment from the tax authorities by the end of October. If you have paid too much tax, Finnish tax office will send you money into your bank account in December.
Every individual living in Finland who has had taxable income should file a tax return.
You will not receive any pre completed tax return if you have paid a flat rate tax (35%). However, if you want to get a tax refund - you will have to request necessary forms from VERO SKATT or you can use our service.