Swedish Company – When the choice becomes easy

A Swedish limited company can be started by one or more natural persons or legal entities. When starting a limited company, you must have at least SEK 50,000 in share capital. The companies we sell have already a paid up share capital.

The company must then register with the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket). The company needs to apply for F-tax and VAT registration and, if relevant, register as an employer.

A limited company can be started by one or more individuals or companies. The annual general meeting of shareholders elects a board which represents the company and chooses an auditor. Small limited companies may opt not to have an auditor.

Liability is usually limited to the capital invested in the company. A minimum of SEK 50,000 in share capital is required to start a private limited company, and SEK 500,000 for public limited companies.

All limited companies must produce an annual report each year. This applies whether the company has chosen to have an auditor or not. This annual report must be sent without prior prompting to the Swedish Companies Registration Office within seven months of the end of the financial year. The annual report must be signed by all members of the board of the company. If the annual report has not been received by the Swedish Companies Registration Office in time, the company will be required to pay a late fee.