Sweden announces that businesses can apply to delay VAT payments for up to one year

23 April 2020

The Swedish government have announced that businesses can apply to delay VAT payments for up to one year. They also confirmed that small companies with a turnover of below SEK 1 million (approx. £80k) can apply to extend their VAT reporting periods.

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