About Redovisningsdatum

Redovisningsdatum is a service that helps business owners in Sweden to be reminded of when financial reports are to be reported to Swedish authorities and other governmental agencies.

Redovisningsdatum answers:

  1. What reports is it actually required by law to report to authorities for companies?
  2. How can I easily keep track of not missing out on submitting the reports?

There are many reports that business owners by law must report to Swedish authorities and other governmental agencies. The most common ones are Inkomstdeklaration, Momsdeklaration, Arbetsgivardeklaration and Årsredovisning.

Which reports that must be reported depends on for example company type, choices made during the company registration and type of business.

There are also reports which business owners must report which do not belong to the most common ones. Not everyone is aware of these reports. One example is that EU VAT must be reported on sales between companies within the EU in a so-called periodisk sammanställning (Periodic compilation) to be sent to the Swedish Tax Agency. With increased e-commerce and other cross-border trade, more and more companies are required to submit such a report.

Keeping track of which reports that shall be submitted and their dates can be an extensive job. This is also the case, even if you know which reports that should be reported and you do not change anything with larger implications in your company, eg. switching from no employees to employees or changing VAT period. And even though the legislation might not often change.

Redovisningsdatum keeps reporting dates up-to-date for the most common reports and reminds you when and which reports that shall be submitted.

The service is owned and operated by Redovisningsdatum Sverige AB (559191-6597).

Contact us

Please contact us with questions and suggestions:

Redovisningsdatum Sverige AB
Box 2026
750 02 Uppsala
Email: info@redovisningsdatum.se