I'm so relieved. I've just completed the tax forms for this year. Now I just need to wait for eight months for the verdict :-)


At 10:14 PM, Blogger Helder Correia said...

I'm glad to know that there is an european country where taxes need more trouble to declare and it takes longer to get a verdict than in my (home) country :)

At 12:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What was your tax rate? Mine came out to 6.5%, which is a lot more than I would have liked it to be.

At 1:45 AM, Anonymous Aaron said...

What programs did you use to complete your taxes? :)

At 1:45 AM, Anonymous Aaron said...

What programs did you use? :)

At 7:09 AM, Blogger Johan Thelin said...

For 2006 I used an Excel macro book that was shown in Datormagazin a couple of years ago. For 2007 I will be using BLAdministration - don't ask me why. They just had the right offer at the right moment so I went for it.

As for the tax rate... mine is more like 45-50%, but that is what Sweden seems to be all about.

At 8:35 AM, Blogger AndrĂ© said...

I'm glad to see we're apparently not doing too bad here in the Netherlands. OK, tax rates are similar (depends on your income though, and I'm sad to say I don't fall into that high category yet...), but at least the software is provided by the tax office (including linux and mac versions now!) and it only takes about three months for them to get back to you...

At 11:09 AM, Blogger Ants Aasma said...

Just to offer a perspective, I'll describe submitting my tax report:
Log in securely through the net using an ID-card.
Select 2006 tax report.
Verify that my personal data is correct.
Verify that all my incomes have already been correctly submitted to the tax office by their respective sources.
Verify that all deductibles, such as home loan interest payments and education costs have already been correctly submitted.
Marvel at the amount of tax overpaid and approve the report. (total time submitting - 5 minutes)
2 days later get the overpaid amount on my bank account.

It's nice to have a simple tax system and a working e-goverment. :)


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