Sweden may cut corporate tax rate down to 20%
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Sweden may cut corporate tax rate down to 20%

The Swedish government will propose a corporate tax cut to 20%, down from present 22% according to Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson and Deputy Finance Minister Per Bolund. The corporate tax rate of neighboring Finland has been 20% for some years now. The proposed changes also include limitations to the deductibility of interest payments for companies….

Sweden introduces a long awaited system for Tonnage Tax
201605.25
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Sweden introduces a long awaited system for Tonnage Tax

Yesterday the Swedish government submitted a proposal to the Parliament for a tonnage tax system that allows Swedish shipping companies to operate under competitive conditions similar to other countries in Europe. The aim of the government is to increase the competitiveness of the Swedish merchant fleet and increase the number of Swedish flagged vessels. “Tonnage…

201601.20
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New UK-Sweden tax treaty

The UK-Sweden tax treaty, signed March 26, 2015, entered into force on December 20, 2015, HM Revenue and Customs announced January 13. The treaty replaces a tax treaty signed August 1983. The treaty will take effect in both Sweden and the United Kingdom in respect of taxes withheld at source, for amounts paid or credited…

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Nordic countries are the best for business

Forbes gauged the World’s Best Countries for Business by grading 144 nations on 11 different factors: property rights, innovation, taxes, technology, corruption, freedom (personal, trade and monetary), red tape, investor protection and stock market performance. Denmark scored first, Norway third, Sweden fifth, and Finland sixth. New Zeland was second and Ireland fourth. For full article