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It's time to file your taxes – and here's when you can get your rebate

Here's how to get your money back in less than a month. Photo: Leo Sellén/TT

Published: 19.Mar.2019 13:32 hrs

The tax agency (Skatteverket) opened its online tax declaration service on Tuesday, and if you fill it in before the first deadline you may get your money back in less than a month.

If you use online service methods (for which you need a digital identification certificate), SMS or telephone methods – and do not need to make any changes to the details already filled in by Skatteverket – you will get any money you are owed back by April 9th-12th.

But the tax agency reported on Tuesday morning that some of its most dedicated customers who tried to file their taxes first thing before breakfast had encountered tech glitches.

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