Taxation if you work in Finland but live in another Nordic country

Verotus kun työskentelet Suomessa mutta asut toisessa Pohjoismaassa
Here you will find information about taxation if you work in Finland but live in another Nordic country.

Do you live in another Nordic country and work in Finland?

The main rule is that taxes are paid in the country where you work. If you live in another Nordic country but work in Finland, you can find information on taxation on the Nordic tax portal Nordisk eTax. In international situations it is always advisable to contact the tax authorities in your country of residence directly to get up-to-date information relevant to your individual situation.

There are separate rules for employees in aviation, shipping and offshore sectors, and this can also be found on the Nordisk eTax site.

Are you working in Finland temporarily as a worker posted by your employer?

If you are working in Finland temporarily as a worker posted by an employer in your home country, you generally pay taxes in your country of residence only. Read more in the article Posted workers.

Do you live in a border municipality in Sweden or Norway and work in Finland?

If you live in a border municipality and work in a municipality bordering the same land border in another country, you pay taxes in your country of residence. Read more in the article Taxation of cross-border workers in Finland.

Where can I get more information on taxation in the various Nordic countries?

If you have questions about taxation in the various Nordic countries or between the Nordic countries, you can ask your question on the tax portal maintained by the tax authorities of the Nordic countries. The website also has a lot of useful information on taxes.

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