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Tax on rental income in Sweden

When you rent out your property, you are allowed to make a standard deduction of 40 000 SEK per year. You may also deduct the fee that you pay for the time you rent out if it is a condominium. For rentals of houses, you may deduct 20% of rental income in addition to the flat-rate deduction of 40 000 per year. The surplus on the rental income minus deductions is taxed as capital gains, which in the current situation is 30%.


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Mattias Elséus

Vice President, Rental Manager

E-mail:mattias@beresident.se

Be Resident AB

Org. number: 559015-9769

E-mail: hyra@beresident.se

Phone: 08 543 538 00

Johan Skyttes Väg 200

125 34 Älvsjö


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