How may we help you?

Establishing yourself or your company in a new country can be difficult - with new rules to learn and a new society to adapt to. With the assistance of Aurenav Sweden you can save both time and money, while focusing your energy on your core business.
Aurenav Sweden specializes in providing a full-service, single point of contact for individuals and organizations in need of Swedish business solutions.
Aurenav Sweden can help you start a Swedish company, act as your representation agent, handle your payroll, take care of your bookkeeping and accounting needs and provide important HR knowledge and support including background vetting and fast-track work and residence permit applications. Our professionals can assist you with legal, tax and financial advice and we offer several umbrella employment options.
Leveraging our thorough knowledge of the Swedish market, Aurenav Sweden can help you develop your Swedish business plan and provide the financial forecasts, market statistics and professional advice you need to establish a successful business in Sweden. Through our close customer contact we can also offer you and your family the personal advice on how to make the most of your stay in Sweden. Thanks to our knowledgeable account managers’ seamless customer interface many of our clients have compared their experience of our services with having their very own dedicated Swedish legal and financial department.
With a long experience of serving international clients from many nationalities and a multi-national team of experts, Aurenav Sweden can provide you with the help you need to succeed on the Swedish market.
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Important Dates

April 5, 2017
Private Income Tax Return (1st batch)
April 14, 2017
Good Friday
April 16, 2017
Easter Sunday
April 17, 2017
Easter Monday
May 2, 2017
File private income tax declaration.
LiveAndWorkInSweden.pngAurenav announces our new book on living and working in Sweden - written for expats by expats in English, the book covers important aspects of Swedish culture, taxation, contract law, labor law, family law and information about establishing and managing a company. Check out the book's companion website at: www.liveandworkinsweden.com