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Taxes and fees during bankruptcy of a trading partnership

Once the company has gone bankrupt, you should file a preliminary income tax return for the company, as the old information is probably no longer correct.

In order for the Tax Agency to calculate a correct preliminary tax you should submit a preliminary income tax return for the company. You do this so that the company's preliminary tax is as close as possible to the final tax.

If the company does not submit a new preliminary income tax return, it will continue to pay the same preliminary tax as before. Please note that the preliminary tax is not reduced solely on the basis that the company has been placed in bankruptcy.

Paying the right preliminary tax for partners

Please note that your preliminary tax will not be reduced because the company has been declared bankrupt or because the company has filed a preliminary income tax return. In order for the Tax Agency to be able to calculate the correct preliminary tax for the partners as well, you as a partner must also submit a preliminary income tax return. You do this so that your preliminary tax is as close as possible to your final tax.

If you do not file a new preliminary income tax return, you will continue to pay the same preliminary tax as before.

Read about and submit a preliminary income tax return on the Swedish Tax Agency's website

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