To comply with Swedish tax regulations, handles your taxes for collaborations completed on! For individuals who reside in Sweden and aren’t registered with F-tax, you’ll be charged a 50% fee, which will be deducted only after you complete a booking request.

  • Preliminary tax or personal income tax, which is known as skatteavdrag på bruttolönen (30% of gross salary)

  • Payroll tax, which is known as arbetsgivaravgift

  • Administrative costs, including the service fee

The other 50% will be your net payment — your payment after the 50% fee is deducted — from your collaboration.

How does this benefit you?

Taxes are a pain to understand and do right. But since handles your taxes for you, you’ll be able to:

  • Save the headache of keeping track of what you owe Skatteverket for all completed collaborations on, as we’ll do this for you

  • Save time as will report your tax for you

  • Work with more brands in Sweden easily — they’ll be fully compliant with Swedish tax regulations

How does it work?

For creators registered as individuals and have SEK as their selected Wallet currency:

When you get a booking request from a brand, you’ll find a detailed breakdown of the budget. You’ll see what the budget is excluding VAT, as well as your net payment.

Note: If your selected currency is EUR, your budget will be shown in EUR, but your net payment will be shown in SEK.

You’ll complete the booking request as normal.

Once you deliver your completed booking and the brand approves it, you’ll get an email from one of our payment providers, Gigapay. It’ll request that you accept an invite to join the team.

When you accept it, you’ll be redirected to Gigapay.

Gigapay will ask you to sign up with your BankID or email address.

Then, you’ll go through the registration process to create an account. Once you’ve completed your registration process, you’ll see an overview of your pending payments.

To accept a payment, click on the > icon and click Accept.

Once you’ve accepted the payment, it’ll be processed and paid out to your bank account.

If you have an account with major banks, such as Nordea, Swedbank, SEB, Handelsbanken, and Danske bank, you can expect your payment within a few minutes. If you have an account with non-major banks, you can expect your payment within 1-2 days.

You can find an overview of your payouts in your Wallet on

Note: Your tax rate depends on your total income for the year. isn’t able to adjust your provisional tax. At the end of each year, you’ll either receive a tax refund or tax back depending on Skatteverket’s tax calculation.

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