Oh dear...I've just had a talk with my hubby and it seems there's been a HUGE misunderstanding on my part. Remember a post entitled My "Worth"? Well, turns out that the form has NOTHING to do with my basic salary. So for some weird reasons, they calculate how much I can probably earn per year and then they decide how much taxes I should pay if I get a job here.
So basically speaking, if I get a job here, I should take a part of that form to my employer to show him/her how much they should deduct from my salary. So of all the things they write down on the pages, what counts is just the percentage of taxes I should pay if I ever get a job here.
This is really, absolutely strange for me. *scratching my head* To be honest, I'm still blind about Finnish system. I guess I'll just see how it goes then.
P.S. If you wonder why hubby didn't explain it fully beforehand, it's one of those typical Finnish behavior. Finns don't really elaborate on their answers unless we ask them in detail. My Brit friend confirms this, too. That was why I got it all mixed up the first time around. The first time I asked him what the form was for, he said, "Well, you'll have to bring this to your employer if you get a job here." So I ASSUMED that it meant that I had shown him the basic salary for me. Oh well...