Sweden plan to introduce a VAT registration threshold for resident companies

27 July 2016

Sweden is proposing to introduce a VAT registration threshold for resident companies from 1 January 2017.  The proposal for the new threshold has been sent to the Swedish Parliament for their approval and if accepted it will be set at an amount of €30,000 per calendar year.

Currently Sweden does not have a VAT registration threshold and companies are liable to register for VAT from the first taxable sale that they make.

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