Tax and legal services in Sweden
We specialize in serving Polish entities, both sole proprietors and companies with employees performing services, especially construction services, in Sweden.
With our knowledge of internal Swedish law and the practices of Swedish tax authorities, we advise on how to optimize registration, tax and legal obligations when providing services in Sweden.
WHY IS IT WORTH IT?
accounting in Sweden
OUR TAX AND LEGAL SERVICES
Assistance in registering the company in the Swedish Register of Entrepreneurs and obtaining the number and certificate F-skatt, F-tax
We represent as well as mediate the signing of agreements with industry trade unions in Sweden, such as Byggnads
Assistance to Polish companies in their contacts before Swedish government authorities
Filing of employee declaration SKV , PAYE
Assistance in dealing with industry trade unions, when ordering ID06 card
Registration with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Assist with SSG's online health and safety training courses
Reporting to Forums / Byggnads
Advice on Swedish as well as Polish tax law
Byggnads - what is it?
VAT handling - MOMS in Sweden
What is MOMS and how does it work?
However, an entrepreneur must register with the Swedish MOMS when:
services are provided to private individuals living in Sweden,
services are provided on property in the construction and building sector and the company uses subcontractors from outside Sweden
there is a sale of goods in the territory of Sweden
OUR SERVICES - MOMS
Keeping VAT records in Sweden
Filing and submitting moms declarations in Sweden
Tax advice on Swedish as well as Polish VAT
Do you operate in the Swedish market, but have questions about VAT in both Sweden and Poland? Our team is made up of experienced tax advisors with extensive knowledge of both tax systems and years of experience in dealing with Swedish tax authorities. We offer you support at every stage of your business - from formal issues to complex tax problems.
HR and payroll services in Sweden
Why is it worth it?
1. the recipient resides in the other State (i.e., Sweden) for a period or periods not exceeding a total of 183 days during the twelve-month period beginning or ending in the tax year in question and
2. wages are paid by or on behalf of an employer who is not domiciled in the other State (Sweden),
3. cwages are not borne by an establishment or permanent establishment that the employer has in the other State (in Sweden).
- services are provided on property in the construction and building sector and the company uses subcontractors from outside Sweden
- there is a sale of goods in the territory of Sweden