Turnover support

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Aa sole trader, or limited partnership with at least one physical partner, who have suffered reduced sales due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can apply for turnover support.

Below is some brief information about the turnover support. For further information on what is required to apply for the support, please contact the County Administrative Board. They are responsible for processing, decision making, and questions about the turnover support.

Information on how the support will be handled at the County Administrative Board (in Swedish)

Turnover support for sole traders, partnerships and limited partnerships

Turnover support for March-June 2021

For support periods March to June 2021, the support is 90 percent of what you lost in net sales compared with the same period in 2019. Net sales must have decreased by more than 30 percent compared with the reference period for turnover support to be paid. Each company can receive a maximum of SEK 96,000 in support.

You apply for the support in the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning's e-service

The last day to apply is 15 September 2021.

Turnover support to sole traders and trading companies for the period March-June 2021 is introduced at regeringen.se (in Swedish)

Extension July - September 2021

The Government has decided that the turnover support should be extended to include loss of turnover during July to September 2021. 

Net sales must have decreased by more than 30 percent compared with the reference period for the turnover support to be paid out. The support can then be received at 90 percent of the turnover loss up to SEK 24,000 per month. July, August and September are individual support periods.

The regulation  enters into force on 1 October 2021. The support can be applied for until 30 November 2021.

Turnover support to sole traders and trading companies for the period March-June 2021 is introduced at regeringen.se (in Swedish)

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