Value Added Tax In Finland

Value added tax (VAT) is a general tax that affects nearly all consumption of goods and services in Finland. For the purpose of VAT, businesses engaged in the commercial sale of goods and services are treated as taxable persons. This includes both conventional forms of business and e-commerce. The standard rate of VAT in Finland is 22%.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

How are direct and indirect e-commerce taxed in Finland?
How is VAT paid by taxpayers in Finland?

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