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When you fill in your estimated annual income before tax you look at what income you have at present and calculate it for the coming year, like this:
Multiply your monthly salary before tax by 12.
Some income, like student loans, may be non-taxable. To be able to compare it with a taxable income you should multiply it by 1.5. You then multiply by 12 to get the annual income.
Calculate them separately, as per above, and add the sums together.
If you have a co-applicant you fill in your incomes separately; the system will add your incomes automatically.
Income: Lena has a monthly salary of 22.000 before tax.
Calculation: 22.000 SEK x 12 = 264.000 SEK
Estimated annual income before tax Lena: 264.000 SEK
Income: Ebba is a small business owner with an income if 430.000 a year. She also has income from capital; 24.000 SEK annually before tax.
Calculation Ebba: 430.000 SEK + 24.000 SEK = 454.000 SEK
Co-applicant: Co-applicant Ulf, has retirement funds of 12.560 SEK a month before tax. Ulf also has income from stock 36.000 SEK annually before tax.
Calculation Ulf: 12.560 SEK x 12 = 150.720 SEK. With extra income: 150.720 SEK + 36.000 SEK = 186.720 SEK
Sum with co-applicant, automatically summed up: 454.000 SEK + 186.720 SEK = 640.720 SEK
Here you can see what kind of income is taxable.
Capital (interest, dividends)
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