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SWEDEN HELP
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Hi all, I am looking for a space (Shop, office) to rent in Sweden for my new business. I can't find information about that in internet. In France, when we rent a shop we have to afford something called "Fond de commerce" It's a sort of additional tax that allow you to use this place as a shop. Is there an equivalent in Sweden? How is it called? Or, do I just have to rent the shop and then run my business (After all other administratives things) ? Many thanks for the kind help
2020-01-27 09:41
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#1
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United States ClickHole 
Whats your new business?
2020-01-27 09:42
British pensioner, 80, tells of the 'incredible sex' with Egyptian toyboy 45 YEARS her junior as she prepares to marry him - and insists he's NOT a 'freeloader' who wants her money or a UK passport
2020-01-27 09:42
#4
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United States ClickHole 
British pensioner, 80, tells of the 'incredible sex' with Egyptian toyboy 45 YEARS her junior as she prepares to marry him - and insists he's NOT a 'freeloader' who wants her money or a UK passport
2020-01-27 09:42
#3
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Sexshop
2020-01-27 09:42
#7
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United States ClickHole 
Yikes...
2020-01-27 09:44
#5
Sweden PPH 
We dont want your shitty onion shop here
2020-01-27 09:43
#6
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Fair enough
2020-01-27 09:44
#9
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Sweden NeverSexDog 
Tocic
2020-01-27 09:44
#40
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Hong Kong TROIIDA 
speak for yourself, fuckin shop dedicated to onions would be rad
2020-01-27 10:02
#42
Sweden PPH 
I don't want some dirty french fingers all over my onions
2020-01-27 10:03
#43
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Hong Kong TROIIDA 
like you know who's touched your LIDL onions
2020-01-27 10:04
#46
Sweden PPH 
That's why I never buy LIDL onions
2020-01-27 10:10
#53
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Sweden wtf_men 
Tbh French people are among the ones I would prefer to handle my food
2020-01-27 11:07
#8
fisker | 
Sweden sweden4k 
Nope there is not you have to rent some space :(
2020-01-27 09:44
#10
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
For example, I rent, I pay my rent and then I can sell whatever my company is allowed to sell and that's all?
2020-01-27 09:45
I hope so but there are so many rules here really a shit place to start a business why u start it here? and particualr reason?
2020-01-27 09:47
#16
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Tbh, I hate my country, I hate many countries. Swedish respect of people and environment + beatiful landscaped = My dream is to live in your country ....
2020-01-27 09:48
thank you mens))) But muslims destroys our country
2020-01-27 09:51
#27
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Dude I'm french I'm not worry about muslims :)
2020-01-27 09:52
ok ofc u can have business but in uppsala/Stockholm everything is in scarciy and high prices for rent and stuff
2020-01-27 09:51
#28
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Yeah but your city don't have a lot of inhabitants so to make money need to go at least in Uppsala
2020-01-27 09:52
Gothenburg is a really nice place, alse second biggest city in sweden so should work well for you.
2020-01-27 10:40
#52
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Already one competitor in Gotherburg while Uppsala is free from competitor
2020-01-27 11:02
Yeah that's how it works, as long as the landlord agrees on your business in the terms I suppose.
2020-01-27 09:47
#17
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
cheers man
2020-01-27 09:48
No problem! :) Of course you need to register at "Skatteverket" which is the authority handeling tax in Sweden etc.
2020-01-27 09:52
#29
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
yeah yeah of course I was just wondering about the place to rent :) Will do some further researches
2020-01-27 09:53
#11
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Norway FriggeK 
We don't shop in stores in Sweden anymore, e-commerce gang wya (My family is Swedish)
2020-01-27 09:47
#12
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
That will me more likely an entertainment place than a shop tbh
2020-01-27 09:47
#18
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Norway FriggeK 
Just do what you guys do best, surrender.
2020-01-27 09:49
#20
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Even if we surrender, we do things at least ;)
2020-01-27 09:51
#23
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Norway FriggeK 
Not reading apparently
2020-01-27 09:51
#25
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
edited
2020-01-27 09:51
#33
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Norway FriggeK 
nice 1
2020-01-27 09:55
oof
2020-01-27 09:53
#15
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Damn you came all the way here to do business? Good luck with that.
2020-01-27 09:48
#19
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
#16
2020-01-27 09:49
#24
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Wait what are you earning more money than me? HOW IS THAT FAIR?!?!?!?! AKA welcome to tax hell
2020-01-27 09:51
#31
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Why tax hell ? Same as in France apparently
2020-01-27 09:54
#32
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
If u earn enough money you pay >50%. Otherwise it's >30%
2020-01-27 09:54
#34
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
For business or individual ??
2020-01-27 09:55
#35
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
All. The one thing that the government doesn't like is small business earning money.
2020-01-27 09:56
#36
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
I saw a business has to pay 20% of benefits as taxes. Then the personnal taxes are probably not way lower than in France. And don't forget that you pay these taxes to enjoy one of the best country organisation of the world (medical care, schools, etc)
2020-01-27 09:57
#39
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Personal taxes are either >30% or >50% but from my experience it's not easy to have a business here. Also, although medical care and school is "free" they're literally dogshit. Trust me, i'm in school everyday and it's everybody here knows that the medical care is too slow and so people die while waiting for help.
2020-01-27 10:02
#41
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Same problems in every well developped country man. Just compare your system to Kazakhstan , China, Algeria, Bolivia etc etc We are lucky guys, so even if we are full of "problems" just think about that :)
2020-01-27 10:03
what do you mean you cant find information about it... just google it? literally everything is done through the internet, what have you found so far while searching?
2020-01-27 09:57
#38
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Tbh, I'm french so I'm doing almost all my researches in English. And it's difficult to find technical information when I don't know the exact word to use. That's exactly my problem here. I tried to look for what a business owner has to pay (Except the rent) to run a shop
2020-01-27 10:00
I dont know anything about this but my suggestion is to go to a swedish website, through searching in english and if the website has native english translation you should call them and ask for rules and regulations. This way you can be sure you're getting information from people who actually work with this. Speech wont be a problem since 99.999% of all swedes know english.
2020-01-27 10:10
#47
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
You're 100% that's what I'm trying to do everyday but sometimes it's not that easy :)
2020-01-27 10:11
Opening a shop in Sweden these days and make it profitable is hard, even big corporations like media markt, Elgiganten etc struggles with sales. Teknik magasinet which has been around for decades recently went bankrupt, e-shops have taken over. What store are you planning to open?
2020-01-27 10:08
#48
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Smthng Esport related. Can't say much more atm buddy :/
2020-01-27 10:12
#49
JaCkz | 
France Bubuche 
Big costs, big invests, but quick and big profit ...
2020-01-27 10:12
Out of curiosity, what would your shop be? Would be funny if you said "baguetts and cheese"
2020-01-27 10:43
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