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If you have received salary as an employee, are a sole trader or if you receive a pension you can get a tax refund (if a refund is due). This applies if the refund to be paid out is SEK 100 or more and if you have given details of an account that the credit can be paid into.
To be sure to get your tax refund in June, you should no later than May 2th 2016:
Take notice that it has to be a bank account in a Swedish bank. Tax refund in June does not apply if you only have an overseas bank account (see below). In these cases you will get your refund in August at the earliest.
The fastest way to get back the amount owing to you is to have it paid into your Swedish private bank account. Tell the bank which account the money should be paid into. The bank statement will show which account you have nominated.
If you would like the credit to be paid into an overseas bank account, you will need to submit an original, signed certificate from the bank showing that the bank account belongs to you. The certificate must be dated no more than 6 months ago.
You must submit the following details:
If you are uncertain about what information is needed, contact your bank and ask them to provide the necessary details.
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