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Swedish tax office focuses on e-sports, e-commerce, blogging

Monday 20 February 2017 | 13:09 CET | News
The Swedish Tax Agency will focus its sights on the digital economy this year, including e-sporting, blogging and online shopping, according to an article on the Radio Sweden website. As the agency prepares to receive tax filings for 2016, it is stepping up its efforts against tax-cheating businesses online, it said. More and more Swedes shop or earn money online, and the agency says it will work to collect what it is owed.

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