Finnish dating practices


16-Nov-2017 19:05

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Also, Finnish girls are some of the most liberated when it comes to sex and casual sex is much more common than here in the USA, I just thought it was a very interesting culture, very different from American culture, I would love to go back sometime, Helsinki is a very cool city! For Coco The Nut: It seems that your target has been quite confused and my opinion is that reason is differents on culture, he just could not handle this issue, what can be done and what to say so that not sending wrong signal.

I am from Norway, and can agree with the previous comments that we can seem cold, but we are not really once you get to know us :-) This guy may just be very reserved, but I would try to go with the flow. Different between finnish and american culture is that in America some one exsample can say "I love you" with out thinking or with out bigger purpose but in Finland you simply dont say so if you really dont mean it very seriously..same with other things,in our culture you dont make empty promisies just to be nice to some one.

The obligation to keep books starts when founding the enterprise.

The obligation to audit is dependent on conditions and thresholds.

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Companies have self-assessed and annual notification obligations to authorities.

Finnish Accountancy in Brief All persons and entities engaged in business, including self-employed professionals, are obliged to keep books.

The management of an enterprise is responsible for its accounting, regardless of whether accounting is carried out by an external firm.

Information returns must be submitted electronically if five or more beneficiaries receive payments.

Information and instructions are available at fi/en/businesses-and-corporations/file-and-pay/annual_information_returns/ Tax Returns Companies must submit tax returns disclosing information for the past tax year, which is determined by the company's accounting period.

Self-Employed: The deadline is printed in the pre-completed tax return form sent by the Tax Administration.



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