KPMG Oy Ab, Töölönlahdenkatu 3 A, Helsinki
Sweden will adopt the economic employer approach to interpreting Article 15 of the OECD tax treaty from 1.1.2019 onwards. This means that the employee becomes taxable to Sweden from the first day of work if the salary and costs are borne by the Swedish company. This will also likely create employer´s obligations to Sweden.
September 28, 2018
8.30 Registration and breakfast
9.00 Introduction and opening
Paula Holmström, Tax&Legal Partner, People Services (KPMG Finland)
9.15 Economic employer in Sweden - what does it mean for your company?
Louise Hemmestad, Senior Manager, Global Mobility Services Stockholm (KPMG Sweden) & Petter Frödeberg, Tax Partner Head of People Services (KPMG Sweden)
10.30 Economic employer in Sweden - what does it mean for your company? continued
Louise Hemmestad & Petter Frödeberg (KPMG Sweden)
11.00 What is the situation in Finland – when does Finland tax short term assignments into Finland?
Salla Eskola, Tax&Legal Senior, People Service (KPMG Finland)
11.45-12 Seminar ends
This event is free of charge, please register beforehand.
Please note that this event will be held in English.