The basic rule is that you pay tax in the country in which you work and earn money. You do not pay tax in two countries on the same income. This is regulated by the double taxation agreements between Sweden and most EU/EEA countries.
When you move to Sweden and have registered in the Population Register, you must contact the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) for a tax card (A-skattsedel). With a tax card, your employer can deduct tax from your salary and pay social security charges (arbetsgivaravgifter).
There are different types of tax for you as a private individual living and working in Sweden. On the Swedish Tax Agency website, you find information about, for example, taxation of salary, pension, shares, securities, personal benefits, and sale of property.
If you move from Sweden, it is your work and your place of residence that determine where you should pay tax and on what.
On the Nordic tax portal (Nordisk eTax), you can read general information about tax when you live in one Nordic country and have income or benefits from another Nordic country.
If you have questions about taxation when you move from another Nordic country to Sweden and start to work or study in Sweden, you can contact the Swedish Tax Agency for more information.
If you have any questions, please fill in our contact form.
NB! If you have questions regarding the processing of a specific case or application, or other personal matters, please contact the relevant authority directly.