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taxes related question

oubapou
post 13.Jul.2018, 11:56 AM
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Hi there,
I wanted to ask a question about taxes in Sweden, please. I am currently studying in Sweden and have a personal number. As I work as an artist, I buy a lot of second hand stuff online - like books, cameras, etc. Sometimes, I have to sell them again, because I no longer need them or I bought the wrong product, etc. In the UK, I used to do that on Ebay. But, in Sweden I am using Tradera. Thus, my question is: do I have to pay taxes on that? How do I do that? Is there any cap until which it is considered personal expenses and afterwards it becomes profit. In the UK, the system is very simple. Everyone uses Ebay to sell their old stuff - from books to shoes, furniture os cameras. But, in Sweden the system is so different that I am afraid of doing the wrong thing. Thank you in advance.
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ChocOwl
post 13.Jul.2018, 12:52 PM
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Joined: 17.Jan.2011

some info in SV here:
https://www.skatteverket.se/foretagochorgan...6rs%C3%A4ljning

https://www.skatteverket.se/privat/skatter/...6rs%C3%A4ljning
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