Kannustinjärjestelmien työ- ja vero-oikeudelliset kysymykset


Event date

27 Oct


Dittmar & Indrenius > Insight > Kannustinjärjestelmien työ- ja vero-oikeudelliset kysymykset

keskiviikko 27.10.2021
klo 8.30 – 10.00
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Tulevassa D&I:n Työsuhdeaamiais-webinaarissa Suvi Knaapila ja Kai Holkeri käsittelevät kannustinjärjestelmien työ- ja vero-oikeudellisia kysymyksiä.

Aiheina ovat muun muassa

  • Kannustinjärjestelmästä sopiminen ja kannustinjärjestelmän ehtojen sitovuus
  • Kannustinjärjestelmät työsuhteen lakatessa ja yritystoiminnan muutostilanteissa
  • Katsaus osakeperusteisten kannustinjärjestelmien verotukseen
  • Viimeaikaisia kokemuksia Verohallinnon linjauksista

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In this webinar Partners Suvi Knaapila and Kai Holkeri talk about tax rules on employee share issues.

The webinar is in Finnish.

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