Tax refunds – what you need to know
It's closing in. Get Kivra by March 5 and the tax return will arrive between March 6-10. Do you wish to get the refund as soon as possible? We’ll tell you how.
When can you get your tax refund?
Pretty soon, actually. In order to receive it as soon as possible, i.e. April 5-6, you need to approve your declaration without any changes or additions by March 30 at the latest. Make sure you have a registered bank account at the Tax Agency or in the app so the money has somewhere to go.
Get started with Kivra
Read more about how it is done. Important dates. And why you would want it digitally in Kivra.
What is a tax refund?
Sometimes you may have paid too much tax in the previous year, meaning you then can get money back. Everything you need to know will be in your final tax statement, which you will receive at different times depending on when you declare.
How to get your money
If you’ve registered your bank account with the Tax Agency, the money will be automatically transfered there. If not, your money remains in your tax account until you request that it be paid out to you.
You who have e-identification can report your account number on My pages at the Swedish Tax Agency, or in the e-service Skattkonto. Alternatively, in connection with your declaration in the e-service Inkomstdeklaration or in the Swedish Tax Agency's app.
If you have not registered a bank account, you need to subsequently register a bank account with the Tax Agency. You can do this on My pages at the Swedish Tax Agency or in the e-service Skattekonto. When your account number is registered, you log in to the e-service Tax Account to request the payment.
How do know if I will receive a tax refund?
When do I receive the tax refund?
How do I receive the refund payment?
Do I need to pay for any remaining taxes in April if I declare before March 30?