maskara wrote: ↑Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:01 pmI checked that too. It says that the joint account money has to be used both parts benefit. So if one of the partner withdraw some and use for its own benefit, then gift tax comes.betelgeuse wrote: ↑Fri Apr 30, 2021 7:23 amPartners avoid being liable for gift tax through joint accounts and the daily expenses exception.maskara wrote: ↑Wed Apr 28, 2021 8:07 pmWhat is even more absurd, it doesn’t matter if you are family or not, if you get an amount of 5000 € total in 3 years, you have to pay gift tax. Which makes it clear that both partners have to have their own income or they have to pay tax for something that is a family sharing.
I have a question though, they told me that they are waiting for my residency time to fulfill to make decision. If it’s gonna be negative based on this tax etc, would they still wait for the residency time fulfill to make negative decision?
How many years have you been living in Finland, and how did you receive your various types of residence permit? Did you start off with A or B?