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New Swedish Rules Having Impact on Business Travelers

Webinar where KPMG’s experts will explain the Government´s proposal about introducing an economic employer concept in Sweden.

Webinar about an upcoming proposal on introducing an economic employer concept in Sweden.

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Like many other countries, Sweden wants to widen and defend its domestic tax base. One of the focus areas is non-resident travel to Sweden, where new rules are to be implemented as of January 1, 2021. These rules will likely have a dramatic impact for employers with employees travelling to Sweden for business.

In September 2019, the Government announced that they will move ahead with implementing the so called economic employer concept in Sweden. In the initial information released by the Government, they stated that instead of the entity who pays the salary being the important factor for deciding whether the employee should be taxed in Sweden; the important factor will be who the employee is working for. It was also announced that some exceptions for intra group situations will be proposed.

On April 14, 2020, the Government will release further details about the proposal. At this point, the new rules will be described in detail which gives employers the chance to start preparing their organizations. KPMG will arrange a webinar April 17, 2020, where the new rules will be discussed. KPMG’s experts will explain the new rules and give our view on what employers with business travelers should have on their to do lists. 
 

Registration: Please register here 

This webinar will be held in English. 


We look forward to seeing you online! 

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Date & time: April 17, 2020 at 08.30 AM - 10.00 AM (in English) 

Registration: Please register here 

Last day to register: April 10, 2020
 

Contact

Maria Rigo
+46 8 723 90 26
maria.rigo@kpmg.se

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