If you are due to receive a refund from your tax account, the money will be deposited into the bank account you have provided us. If you have not, you need to register a receiving bank account and request payment. This page contains information about how to do this.
If you have a bank account in a Swedish bank that you wish to register, do so via the bank giro website.
If you have an eID you can register a bank account in any of the following ways (the e-services are in Swedish):
Payments to accounts based outside of Sweden can only be made on request. In such cases, you must send the following documents/information to the Tax Agency:
Please note that all documents must be original. E-mail or fax is not accepted.
Send the letter together with attached documents to the following address:
SE-205 31 Malmö
A registered foreign bank account number will apply until you notify us of any change. If you want to change your account number to another foreign bank account number, proceed in the same way as the first time. If you no longer wish to have a foreign bank account number registered, notify the Swedish Tax Agency of this in writing.
If a receiving account has not been registered payment can be made, after a written request, by cheque. The cheque is sent to the address currently registered at the Swedish Tax Agency. The maximum amount per refund cheque is SEK 400 000.