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Get money back: Don't miss out on these Swedish tax deductions

Don't miss out on any tax deductions you may be due. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT

Published: 24.Apr.2018 06:59 hrs

Currently in the process of filling in your Swedish tax return? Make sure you don't miss out on any tax deductions you may be eligible for. The Local highlights some of the more common ones here.

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The deadline for filing your tax return to Skatteverket (the Swedish tax agency) is May 2nd. But make sure you don't miss out on claiming money back if you can. Some of these deductions may already be written down on the pre-filled out tax form, and some you may have paid for at the time of the purchase (for example deductions for maintenance work). Others you have to make sure you report yourself.

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