Whether you are a contract employer or temporary employer, report all the salaries and wages you have paid to the Incomes Register. As a general rule, the report should be submitted within five days of payment.
For filing the reports, contract employers require the TyEL insurance number, i.e. pension policy number. So take out TyEL insurance well before you report earnings payment data, no later than on the day preceding the reporting date, however.
Temporary employers do not have a TyEL insurance number, i.e. pension policy number. In the earnings payment report’s payer’s details mention that you are a temporary employer and select Ilmarinen as the pension company. Our pension insurance company code is 46.
For example, an accounting firm can report a temporary employer’s earnings data to the Incomes Register through the technical interface. This means that the earnings payment report must contain a pension policy number, which you can get by calling our customer service.
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