And stable established.

Starting a business in Sweden is a straightforward process with the right support.

We can help you set up your business. You just need to choose what kind of company and for which purpose. The most common type of company form is Aktiebolag a.k.a. AB and is equivalent to limited liability company, llc. A private limited company is usually owned by one or two people. To set up a limited company you must invest a minimum share capital of SEK 50 000.


We can get you started with…

 
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Registering a company

 
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Buying a shelf company

 
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Finding a rating company

 

+ Buying shelf company

It goes very fast for anyone who wants to buy a finished limited company. Market players market themselves to sell a company to you in minutes. Most often, the broker names the company with something in general that most people can use - in this way they are clapped and ready for you to buy.

Benefits for you who want to buy an existing limited liability company and the things that are usually included:

  • Consultation
  • Full documentation
  • Any reviews
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Taxes and fee notification also called F-tax
  • Domain Registration
  • Registration to the Swedish Companies Registration Office

Besides this, there are a number of other benefits to choosing a limited company:

  • May have several owners
  • You are not personally responsible
  • You risk only the share capital of SEK 50 000
  • Tax benefits

The direct benefits of buying a finished company is that everything goes much faster. All work is already done and you can start your business right away.


+ Buying rating company

Why should you now buy a company with good rating? Well there are several good reasons. A company that has been around for a while has during that time built up a certain confidence in both the public and the credit institutions. Another word for the trust that I am in is creditworthiness.

So companies that, for example, managed themselves for a number of years and now lie as dormant are lucrative for many entrepreneurs who want to continue the success journey. What are the different ratings? Is it just about having paid their bills?

No, there are a number of different factors that are important and that are part of a company rating. Here are some: Age at the company - The older the company is, the better Company owners and management team - who are on the board? Economy - How does the economy look?

Payment ability at the company

The combination of the factors above becomes a summative rating on the company. To put this in a perspective for a customer, potential buyer or any other interested party, this is divided into different grades.

In one AB (limited company), the grades are set as below:

AAA = Which is the best credit rating and is titled "Highest credit rating"

AA = Which is the next highest credit rating and is titled with "Good credit rating"

A = Which is the middle credit rating and is titled with "Credit worthy"

AN = Which comes under the middle credit rating and is titled "New business without negative information"

B = Which is the third worst credit rating and is titled "Key figures below the industry average and negative information"

C = Which is the second worst credit rating titled "Large payment problems, spent capital, bankruptcy, remarks from auditors, key ratios well below the industry average" Streak (-) = Which is the worst credit rating titled "important information missing, important information is old, the company without business"

So one tip on the way is not to buy companies with less than one single A, preferably AA or AAA.


Let’s get started!