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How much monthly tax is being paid

Is it possible to check the paid tax online

MrGreen789
post 17.Jan.2013, 05:59 PM
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Joined: 4.Oct.2012

Hi,

I know that you get a letter from skatteverket witch lists total tax paid and how much you owe or they owe you but I wonder is there a webpage were you can log in with yore personal number (and maybe with token ... ) and see how much tax you are paying every month?

Thanks
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Bender B Rodriquez
post 17.Jan.2013, 06:21 PM
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Joined: 25.Mar.2006

You can only see how much you paid last taxation year (i.e. in 2011) and before that. You go to skatteverket.se and use BankID to log on.
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Pursuivant
post 18.Jan.2013, 12:54 PM
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Joined: 12.Aug.2008

You should get this info on the pay slip from your employer. If you get no pay slip... trouble
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bennynilon
post 18.Jan.2013, 01:26 PM
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Joined: 19.Apr.2012

dunno if theres a website but its always 33% of your gross.its amazingly huge but thats life here i guess...
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Yorkshireman
post 18.Jan.2013, 01:34 PM
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Joined: 22.Nov.2011

There is no legal obligation for an employer to give an employee a payslip (lönespec), though if there is an agreement with any Union there is likely to be a requirement in that that they do provide one.

You can always request one! The general guidance is that if you do not get a pay advice, then it is not a serious employer. In addition to that, the pay advice that states how much tax has been deducted from your pay is Your proof that the employer has paid taxes on your pay (regardless if they did or actually did not).

Note: If the employer has not paid the taxes due on your pay, then you are liable to, and the only real defence to avoid this is the pay advice from an employer stating they deducted taxes, as it is accepted in most cases that you are reasonable in the assumption then that the employer did pay the taxes.
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Mib
post 18.Jan.2013, 01:53 PM
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Joined: 7.Jul.2006

if you have an iphone/ipad...you can download an app called Lön2013 and there is one for last year as well. Costs 7kr...or you can download a PDF for tax tables 2012 via http://www.google.se/url?sa=t&rct=j&am...41248874,d.bGE
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Kibiri
post 18.Jan.2013, 04:19 PM
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Joined: 1.Jun.2008

QUOTE (bennynilon @ 18.Jan.2013, 02:26 PM) *
dunno if theres a website but its always 33% of your gross.its amazingly huge but thats life here i guess...

No it is not always 33%. It goes from 0% to 50% depending on your yearly income. Somebody earning 30.000 sek/month would end up paying around 25% tax.

To the OP: It sounds like you should ask for a payslip from your employer. If you are afraid of confrontation, you may call Skatteverket to ask.
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MrGreen789
post 18.Jan.2013, 05:35 PM
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Joined: 4.Oct.2012

Thanks for the answers guys,

I know that its not always 1/3 but till some limit it is around that much. I always check on the site below for how much tax I should pay:
http://www.ekonomifakta.se/sv/Fakta/Skatte...a-ut-din-skatt/
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