What is the value added tax in sweden?

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Layla Lubowitz asked a question: What is the value added tax in sweden?
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Date created: Tue, Mar 23, 2021 1:22 AM
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  • The value added tax (mervärdesskatt or moms) rate in Sweden is 25%, with exceptions for food and services like hotel room rental fees (12%), and for sales of publications, admission tickets to cultural events and travel within Sweden (6%).
  • The value added tax ( mervärdesskatt or moms) rate in Sweden is 25%, with exceptions for food and services like hotel room rental fees (12%), and for sales of publications, admission tickets to cultural events and travel within Sweden (6%). Sweden has a progressive income tax, the raes for 2021 are as follows (based on yearly incomes):
  • Value added tax. The value added tax (mervärdesskatt or moms) rate in Sweden is 25%, with exceptions for food and services like hotel room rental fees (12%), and for sales of publications, admission tickets to cultural events and travel within Sweden (6%).

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