Apologies that there has been some misunderstanding about the container. But today Sunday it is available from 13-15. We will get a key from Mats Jonsson from Navet 2. I
Unclear about deferment rate
How the deferment rate eworks
Anyone who sells a permanent home must pay tax equivalent to 22 percent of the profits. If the seller fulfills certain requirements, for example, has been written on the home for at least one year before the sale date and bought a more expensive home, the profit tax can be deferred. The seller may then pay about 0.5 percent of the profit in an annual tax (standard income of 1.67 percent of the profit x capital tax 30 percent). It is this tax that is called deferred interest. From the summer of 2020, an upper limit will be introduced, where only profits up to SEK 3 million will be covered by the rules for deferral of profit tax. Even those who buy a cheaper home than the one sold can get a reprieve, but then with a lower amount. The postponement can be maintained as long as you own the new home. It is possible for five years back in time to request reconsideration of the deferral and pay the capital gains tax. If the reconsideration goes through, you will receive back the tax (deferred interest) that you have paid on the deferred amount. The rules apply so far.