Ministerial pay and allowances and ministers' private interests
Ministerial pay and allowances are defined in the act on the Members of Parliament's salary. A minister's salary equals that paid to the deputy speaker of Parliament minus five per cent. The salary paid to the prime minister equals that of the speaker of Parliament minus five per cent.
Act on the Member of Parliament’s salary - Finlex (in Finnish and Swedish only)
Act on Ministers' Pay and Allowances - Finlex
Ministers serving as Members of Parliament are also entitled to Member of Parliament’s salary and expense allowance. However, Members of Parliament appointed as ministers forfeit half of the salary and expense allowance they receive from Parliament.
Member of Parliament’s salary - Parliament
Currently, ministers receive EUR 9 102,84 per month and the prime minister EUR 10 920,06 per month. Ministerial salary is subject to tax.
Ministers' private interests in the Sipilä Government
On Thursday 11 June 2015, the Government decided to submit a communication to Parliament on the ministers' private interests. The communication is an account of the ministers' business activities, interests as owners in businesses, other significant assets and liabilities, and any outside duties or other interests which may be of relevance in evaluating their performance as a minister.
Ministers' private interests 9.2.2017
Ministers' private interests 29.12.2016
Ministers' private interests 22.9.2016
Ministers' private interests 7.7.16 (in Finnish)
Ministers' private interests 29.6.16 (in Finnish)
Ministers' private interests 31.3.16 (in Finnish)
Ministers' private interests 25.2.16 (in Finnish)
Ministers' private interests 11.6.15 (in Finnish)