Registration of trading partnerships with the Swedish Companies Registration Office.  Information about the corporate form  Trading partnerships are operated by one or more partners or associates. Partners can be natural or legal persons. In a trading partnership, the partners are personally liable for the business’s contracts and debts.  They are jointly and severally liable. This means that a person having a claim on the company can demand payment of the entire amount from any of the partners. The partners are liable for the business’s  debts to the entire extent of their net wealth.  A limited partnership is a variant of a trading partnership. In a limited partnership, there is at least one partner whose liability is unlimited, and who is called a general or full partner (komplementär). There is also at least one partner with limited liability who is termed a limited partner or sleeping partner. When you apply to register a trading partnership, you must provide information about the limited partner’s liability.    Registration  When you start a partnership, you must register it with the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The Swedish Companies Registration Office will then issue the partnership with its corporate identity number. Through registration, […]

If you wish to start a limited company, trading partnership, limited partnership or co-operative/economic association, you must register the activity with the Swedish Companies Registration Office before you can apply for F-tax.  You apply for F-tax (Swedish corporate taxation) from the Swedish Tax Agency. If you want to start up a business activity as a sole trader, you do not need to do this. If your activity is independent, enduring and is being operated for profit, you can apply for F-tax or FA-tax.  There is more information about this on verksamt.se under the taStarting” and on the Swedish Tax Agency website.  Call +4635175570  or email jorgen@rkjh.se.  www.rkjh.se 

A trading partnership is an alternative if at least two natural persons or legal entities wish to start a business together. There is no requirement to invest capital, although the partners are personally, jointly and severally liable for the company’s debts.  Company registration  1) Register with the Swedish Companies Registration Office  A partnership must always be registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office (Bolagsverket). Following registration, the company is allocated a corporate identity number and receives protection for its business name. The company has exclusive rights to the name in the county in which it is based. It is possible to protect the name in other counties by making additional registrations with the Swedish Companies Registration Office.  2) Apply for F-tax and VAT registration  The company must then register with the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket). The company need to apply for F-tax and VAT registration and, if relevant, register as an employer.  As a partner you must complete a preliminary VAT and PAYE return (self assessment). Based on this self-tax assessment, the Swedish Tax Agency decides on your preliminary A tax (special A tax).  3) Other permits  There might be other permits or registrations that you need to consider when starting your business.  […]

As a sole trader (self-employed) you run and are responsible for the business as a private person. No starting capital is required for sole traders. You need to register your business with the Swedish Tax Agency. You may also, but do not normally, need to register with the Swedish Companies Registration Office.  Company registration  1) Tax registration  When starting up as a sole trader, you need to apply for F-tax and VAT registration and, where relevant, register as an employer with the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket). You can use our online service to apply for this permit. Your business will be identified by your personal ID number.   Call +4635175570  or email jorgen@rkjh.se.  www.rkjh.se 

Trading partnership  A trading partnership is an alternative if at least two natural persons or legal entities wish to start a business together. You need to register a trading partnership with the Swedish Companies Registration Office and the Swedish Tax Agency. Call +4635175570  or email jorgen@rkjh.se.  www.rkjh.se 

Limited company  A 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. You need to register your business with the Swedish Companies Registration Office and the Swedish Tax Agency. Call +4635175570  or email jorgen@rkjh.se.  www.rkjh.se 

Sole trader  As a sole trader (self-employed) you need to register your business with the Swedish Tax Agency. You may also, but do not normally, need to register with the Swedish Companies Registration Office. Call +4635175570  or email jorgen@rkjh.se.  www.rkjh.se 

All forms of business enterprise except for sole traders have to be registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office before starting to operate. As a sole trader, you can choose just to register for tax with the Swedish Tax Agency. Use our step-by-step-guides to get started.

Registration of trading partnerships with the Swedish Companies Registration Office.  Information about the corporate form  Trading partnerships are operated by one or more partners or associates. Partners can be natural or legal persons. In a trading partnership, the partners are personally liable for the business’s contracts and debts.  They are jointly and severally liable. This means that a person having a claim on the company can demand payment of the entire amount from any of the partners. The partners are liable for the business’s  debts to the entire extent of their net wealth.  A limited partnership is a variant of a trading partnership. In a limited partnership, there is at least one partner whose liability is unlimited, and who is called a general or full partner (komplementär). There is also at least one partner with limited liability who is termed a limited partner or sleeping partner. When you apply to register a trading partnership, you must provide information about the limited partner’s liability.    Registration  When you start a partnership, you must register it with the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The Swedish Companies Registration Office will then issue the partnership with its corporate identity number. Through registration, […]

Although you may not want to do this, it will make management much easier if you place some social distance between you and your employees. Although you can spend time together outside of work, avoid venting about the company and do not go overboard during happy hour. If you are going to be financially compensated […]

A famous quote by philosopher George Santayana states, “Those who don’t learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.” History is filled with examples of spectacular business failures as well as amazingly successful business models. Discover what your heroes do well and learn about what went wrong for those who ended their careers early. […]

Showing your employees how to do something is more important than just telling them. If you want your staff to be punctual, then you must also be punctual or early. If you prioritize professionalism then dress for success and treat all contacts with courtesy. Your team wants someone to look up to and admire. Set […]

Even the most fair, modest and kindest leader has limitations. Therefore, on the path to becoming a better business leader, you must set boundaries and stick to them. Knowing what you are able to tolerate can save a lot of frustration at the end of the day. Maintaining those set boundaries helps to prevent future […]

Like in all aspects of life, communication is the key to success . When striving for becoming a better business leader, you must have excellent communication skills. The greatest leaders in history developed a reputation for being superb communicators because they knew their audience. In today’s business environment, there is little room for ambiguity as your […]

Being emotionally aware is often an overlooked yet critical skill toward becoming a better business leader. People always advise to keep emotions separate from business matters, yet business is about relationship development between people. Therefore, to maintain those relationships, you must be emotionally intelligent; which often means being sensitive to different backgrounds and points of […]

Another method of becoming a better business leader is through continuous self-improvement. The strongest leaders are often never content with themselves or their employees. Instead, they focus on continuous development and improvement for their company, employees, and themselves. Good leaders strive for new knowledge and have the ability to adopt and implement those ideas. They are […]

Having an open-door policy is excellent because it fosters conversation, honesty, and openness. One skill needed to become a better business leader is the ability to actively listen to the challenges faced by your employees. You then must work with them to correct the areas that are causing problems. However, you must also create boundaries […]

Uncover your blind spots. Leaders are often the last people to know what’s going on. Knowing that you have blind spots — and how to see past them — is an important step in uncovering employee disengagement.

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