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Setting up as a sole trader in Sweden

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Setting up and registering as a sole trader

There is lots of help and information available for becoming a sole trader in Sweden. There is a fee, and you can find more information about that here:  

Get started – sole trader - verksamt.se 

Fees - verksamt.se 

You may also find the following websites useful in understanding what you need to consider when starting up your own business:

Using an invoicing company

It is also possible to invoice and receive payment for your work without starting your own business. You can sign up with a company who will invoice and handle your tax and financial obligations for you. Below is some information on how to do that and some links to companies who offer that service.

If you decide to invoice this way, please check that the invoicing company you are using accepts payments from companies based in the UK.