On 1 February 2019 we changed some of our fees for limited companies, sole traders, economic associations, business mortgages and for other services.
We are a government agency financed chiefly through the fees we charge for our services rather than from taxpayers’ money.
Which fees changed?
The table shows some of the new fees for the most common types of businesses and cases. It is not a complete list. There is more detailed information on the Swedish page listed under each ordinance. Prices are in SEK.
|Change business name||1,300||1,500|
|Change board of directors, auditor, signatory, etc.||700||1,000|
Sole traders, trading and limited partnerships
|Register a new sole trader, trading partnership or limited partnership||1,100||1,400|
|Change business name||900||1,100|
|Change partner, auditor, signatory, etc.||500||800|
Economic associations and tenant-owner associations
|Register a new economic association or tenant-owner association||1,300 kr||1,600 kr|
|Change business name||900 kr||1,100 kr|
|Change board of directors, auditor, signatory, etc.||700 kr||1,000 kr|
Other fees that changed
The administrative fee for business mortgages increased to SEK 570 and the fee for submitting public notices via the e-service decreased to SEK 20.