What annual filings are statutory in Sweden?
Annual report: Every limited company in Sweden must prepare and file an annual report with Swedish Companies Registration Office every year within 7 months from year end.
Tax return: A tax return is to be filed yearly after the end of the fiscal period. Legal entities shall submit Tax return 2, 3 or 4 at one of four designated declaration dates.
AGM: A limited company is legally obliged to hold an annual general meeting (årsstämma). An annual general meeting must, at the latest, take place within six months of the company’s financial year-end. The minutes of the AGM is to be filed if amendments of the board of directors, articles of association etcetera are to be registered.
Country-by-country report (CbRC): Multinational groups (MNE groups) with an annual global turnover exceeding SEK 7 billion are as of 2017 required to submit a country-by-country report [CbCR] every year.