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Standard VAT rate: 25% (Jul 1990)

Reduced VAT rates: 12% foodstuffs

Reduced VAT rates: 6% books

Sweden introduced its Value Added Tax system in 1969.  It is termed Mervärdesskatt (Moms) locally.

Should you register for Swedish VAT?

  • Importing goods into Sweden
  • Intracommunity sales (dispatches) or purchases (acquisitions) of goods from another EU country
  • Trading (buying and selling) goods in Sweden
  • Use of consignment stock warehouse facilities for sales of stored goods to local customers
  • Sales from another on the internet (‘distance selling’) to consumers in Sweden, although this is subject to a distance selling registration threshold for Sweden
  • Organising and running live events with paid admission on the door
  • If a company is otherwise a non-VAT trader, but is receiving services in Sweden under the reverse charge rule
  • The self supply of goods
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