jäännösvero

English translation: outstanding tax, back tax

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Finnish term or phrase:jäännösvero
English translation:outstanding tax, back tax
Entered by: Annira Silver

21:24 Jan 22, 2002
Finnish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Taxation & Customs / Taxation
Finnish term or phrase: jäännösvero
Yli 10000 euron suuruisista jäännösveroista peritään korotettua korkoa.
Annira Silver
Local time: 14:36
outstanding tax
Explanation:
"Jäännösvero" is the difference between taxes owed and taxes paid; ie. if the taxpayer's withholdings and estimated taxes are less than the tax owed, he/she has to pay the outstanding amount, in Finnish "jäännösvero".
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Irja Frank
Local time: 07:36
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Many thanks! I was suffering from outdated dictionary syndrome, also confusion (jäännös-jäämistö?). My Finnish ain't what it used to be...
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Summary of answers provided
5additional clarification
Bat-Sheva Myllys
4 +1outstanding tax
Irja Frank
4back taxes
Desmond O'Rourke


  

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back taxes


Explanation:
jäännösvero, back tax

Higher interest will be charged on back taxes exceeding EUR 10 000 in value.

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Note added at 2002-01-22 22:43:03 (GMT)
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\"Back tax\" is properly \"verorästi\" but is colloquially used to describe any outstanding tax.

Desmond O'Rourke
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Local time: 07:36
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outstanding tax


Explanation:
"Jäännösvero" is the difference between taxes owed and taxes paid; ie. if the taxpayer's withholdings and estimated taxes are less than the tax owed, he/she has to pay the outstanding amount, in Finnish "jäännösvero".

Irja Frank
Local time: 07:36
Native speaker of: Native in FinnishFinnish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Many thanks! I was suffering from outdated dictionary syndrome, also confusion (jäännös-jäämistö?). My Finnish ain't what it used to be...

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agree  Desmond O'Rourke
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additional clarification


Explanation:
Tha Finnish tax authorities seem to be using 'jäännösvero' as is.
http://www.vero.fi/ajankohtaista/tiedotteet/146.html


Bat-Sheva Myllys
Finland
Local time: 14:36
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FinnishFinnish
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