Yes, if you are liable to pay taxes in Finland. In other cases, you should consult your local tax authorities for the answer.
When you sell investment grade gold, you might gain or lose by it. Under Finnish tax regulations, these are to be filed in as capital gains or losses, which fall under the category of capital income tax.
Voima submits information to the Finnish Tax Administration only in accordance with the legal requirements. Consequently, the company does not submit the tax information of its Customers automatically to the Finnish Tax Administration or by Customers' requests. Rather, the person liable to pay taxes is responsible for submitting their own information to the tax authorities.
Please note that Voima does not provide tax advice, and it is not responsible for how accurate or up to date the given information is. The up-to-date information regarding tax matters is provided by the Finnish Tax Administration.
This is a security measure intended to ensure that it is indeed you who is opening the account, and not someone who has happened to come across your ID.Open on new page
No. Voima submits information to the Finnish Tax Administration only in accordance with the legal requirements. Thus, no information is submitted automatically or by Customers' requests. Rather, the person liable to pay taxes is responsible for submitting their own information to the tax authorities.Open on new page
It means that you are the legal owner of the gold you have acquired through Voima's service and that the gold is not on Voima's balance sheet.Read full answer
No. Voima requires that each Customer is identified in order to ensure the provision of safe services and to comply with AML/CFT legislation.Open on new page
Yes. The Customers' gold is investment grade, with a purity of at least 99.99%.Read full answer
Yes. This means that the Customers' gold is not owned by Voima but rather by the Customers themselves.Read full answer
The majority is stored in Helsinki and the rest is at Voima's gold accounts opened at its Swiss and British trading partners.Read full answer