Changes to filing financial statements 1 January 2024: Fee of 100 euros unless you file financial statements electronically in the online service at ytj.fi
The Finnish Patent and Registration Office (PRH) has proposed changes to its handling fees to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland for 2024–2025. The proposal calls for a fee of 100 euros for filing financial statements from 1 January 2024 if “financial statements are filed by means other than the online service.” The online service is the service at ytj.fi.
The online service at ytj.fi guides you to file all the financial statements required by law. The PRH invoices the fee afterwards.
The law requires companies to file their financial statements. For example, limited liability companies are required to file their financial statements for registration with the Finnish Trade Register for each financial period. Companies must file their financial statements even if they have interrupted or stopped their business activities. Read our instructions at prh.fi on how to file financial statements with the Trade Register.
You can also file approved financial statements with the Finnish Trade Register free of charge with tax returns. The financial statements will be sent from the Tax Administration to the PRH Trade Register if you follow the Tax Administration’s instructions carefully. The instructions are available on the Tax Administration website at vero.fi.
The PRH monitors compliance with the legal obligation to file financial statements. The PRH publishes financial statements for trade and industry use.
Our new price lists will be published at prh.fi on 1 January 2024.
The PRH comes under the administrative sector of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment (MEAE).
For more information, please contact
PRH customer service
Tel. +358 29 509 5030 (Mon–Fri 9.00–15.00)