The filing types that can be sent to the Finnish Tax Administration in electronic format include Annual Information Returns, Self-assessed tax returns (formerly the Periodic tax return), and Income Tax Returns.
- Use your Suomi.fi authorisation, log in to the e-service with your personal e-bank codes, a mobile certificate or a certificate card. The mobile certificate or certificate card can also be provided to you by an organisation.
The materials for creating an inbound file must comply with the specifications published by the Finnish Tax Administration. The complete file must match the applicable format requirements. The system checks the files during the data transfer process.
Inbound files can be transmitted via the Ilmoitin.fi web service. Access to Ilmoitin.fi can be arranged as a direct software interface or via the ilmoitin.fi website.
The Finnish Tax Administration updates its file specifications regularly at different times of the year, depending on the types of filings. Software developers must carefully follow the currently valid specifications, requirements and time schedules for e-filing.
Teams clinic for software developers
Wednesday 26 May 2021 at 2.00 pm (EET)
Material for the Teams clinic for software developers, May 26, 2021 (pdf)
In this clinic we will go through new and changed 2021 annual information returns.
We will concentrate solely on the returns that are submitted by financial institutions e.g. Account Operators, banks and investment service companies.
This event is in English. Same content will be gone through in Finnish as a part of Verohallinnon ja ohjelmistotalojen välinen yhteistyöpäivä 21.5.2021.
Annual returns can be found here.
There is no need to sign up for the meeting beforehand.
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