Changed fees from 1 December

Following a proposal (a request) from us at the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the Swedish Government has decided to change a number of our registration fees. These new fees will take effect on 1 December 2021.

There will be new fees for these services

  • Change business name of a limited company – the fee will be increased by SEK 100.
  • Report merger and division scheme for limited company – the fee will be increased by SEK 100.
  • Apply for exemption from the residency requirements for limited company – the fee will be increased by SEK 500.
  • Change auditor or representative, for example board member or partner, via the e-service – the fee will be increased by SEK 100.
  • Summons of unknown creditors – the fee will be increased by SEK 375.
  • Registration of, among others, sole trader or trading company – the fee will be increased by SEK 100.
  • Change business name of, among others, sole trader or trading company – the fee will be increased by SEK 100.
  • Registration of a branch in Sweden – the fee will be increased by SEK 500.
  • Apply for administrative cancellation of a business name – the fee will be increased by SEK 450.

Always current fees online

From 1 December 2021, our website will be updated with the fees that apply from that date.

Why are we increasing certain fees?

The reason why we are increasing some of our fees is so that we will be able to continue to make the necessary investments in our operations, with a focus on digitalisation and new, improved systems. We are a government agency that is financed primarily by fees, which means that we need to cover our costs.

Questions?

Do you have any questions? Give us a call on +46 (0)771-670 670 and we’ll help you!