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Hourly fees for specialist work are usually in the range of EUR 60–100.
We can offer standby service at a reduced rate, typically in the range of EUR 30–50 per hour. This allows you to ensure beforehand that we will be available for you at your chosen time, should you need us. If active work becomes necessary, we switch from standby to active rates. The standby service is subject to availability – please book early!
Whatever the pricing basis, we will charge you separately for any expenses (such as application fees) paid on your behalf.
Value added tax
When we deliver a service to a business’s office in Finland or to a consumer client whose domicile is within the European Union, we are normally required to collect VAT. The normal VAT rate is 24 per cent as from 1 January 2013. Authoring work may be exempt from VAT.
If you are a business client based within the European Union but outside Finland, please provide us with your VAT number so that we will not need to collect tax on your behalf.
You may make advance as well as invoice payments either to our bank account in Finland or by credit card. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any other payment method.
We accept American Express, MasterCard (excluding Maestro) and Visa, including Electron. Please contact us if you require details on how to pay. Please do not send your credit card information by email.
Overdue payments are discussed on a separate page.
Reservation for changes
The above information is indicative and subject to change. Please use the Turvasana™ website rather than third party pages displaying copies of this information.
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