Parts of a tax return
Your tax return (in a broader sense) includes a number of documents. These are:
Tax return guide
Enclosed in every tax return, you will find an instruction manual that guides you step by step through the process of completing your tax return.
Main tax return
The tax return (in a narrower sense) is the main document where all relevant final values of the other documents need to be entered at the end.
All assets (accounts, shares, bonds, etc.) must be recorded in the securities register.
Qualified shares in private assets
Lists participations that are part of the private assets.
Qualified shares in business assets
Lists shares that are part of the business assets.
Real estate register
The real estate register is used to list all real estate properties.
List of debts
Lists all debts and the corresponding interest rates.
This document lists all expenses that are deductible from taxes.
You can enter your paid insurance premiums in the insurance premiums document and transfer the resulting deduction to your tax return.
Job-related deducations and training costs
If you have undergone job-related training in the past tax period, the resulting costs are tax deductible.
List of illness/accident costs and disability-related costs
Costs incurred due to illness, accident or disability may be listed in this document and then transferred to the tax return.
We recommend that you fill in all the secondary forms first and only transfer everything to the main tax return document at the end. Note: Secondary forms are all documents other than the main tax return document.