The following are the countries that are regulated by the directive on residence permit for long term residents.
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
The non-European nationals who have be in Europe for long play a vital role in promoting economic and social cohesion of Europe. A non-EU national who have been in the EU for a specified period of time are thus granted rights as permanent residents of EU.
According to the 2003 directive, a non-European who live uninterrupted for 5 years legally inside EU should be awarded with resident permit. It depends upon the status of the person live inside EU which has stable income, health insurance and has compiled integration measurement. The applicant must not be a threat to public security or policy. Meeting such conditions the applicant will be awarded with a long term resident permit. He can enjoy the same rights as the nationals of EU.
He will have the access to the self-employed activities, education vocational trainings, social protection and access to goods and services. Under certain conditions they can move easily from one state to another. During 2010 the agreement was made to extend the scope of the directive to the beneficiaries of international protection.
The UK, Ireland and Denmark have special protocols for immigration and asylum policy. Therefore the directive on long term residents doesn’t apply in these countries.
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If want to visit Sweden for a short term as a tourist, then you need to have a short-term visa which is a permit to enter Sweden for a short period of time. If you intend to visit for a short tour, meeting your relatives, visiting friends or business meeting then you need to consider short visit to Sweden or participating in a conference. It is known as Schengen tourist visa furthermore Sweden follows the same visa rules as other European country because it is also the part of Schengen agreement.
Natural person or legal entity?
All kind of companies are legal entities with exception of sole traders. If we are strict to the point a sole trader is not a company but a business run by a person. A legal entity is a limited company that can acquire things, release loans, be sued in the court by the law and run by a staff of natural person. If you own a limited company then there is a clear boundary between you and the company. If you are a sole owner of the business, then it’s not the case. Here, your own finances are interwoven with those of the business in a totally different way. In trading partnerships, each individual partner has personal liability for the partnership’s obligations, in spite of the fact that a partnership is a legal entity. You can read more about owner’s liability for the different company types later in the chapter. Most people starting a business for the first time choose to start as a sole trader, making it easy to get the business up and running in a short time. In most cases the sole owner of the business doesn’t have to register their business name.
A non-registered partnership is a kind of collaboration between several companies that work together on a single business idea which is so called consortia. Its normally a non-registered partnership between a combination of sole traders and limited companies operate as a single entity. For example jointly owned farm operations every company retains liability for its own debts and owns its own assets. Certain liabilities can be jointly held, although this must be stated on the relevant credit documentation.
Starting a business with your Spouses
Are you planning to start a business with your spouse? If you do so then it’s not mandatory to set up a partnership with your spouse. In the other case if you are sole trader then you can share your profit or loss with your wife in income tax return. If you are starting a new business and expecting a loss in the beginning then limited company is not the right path for you. The moment your total losses exceed 50% of share capital, you are only given eight months to restore share capital to its previous level. Fail to do this, and the company must be liquidated, so that you to avoid becoming personally liable for the company’s debts.
Tax subjects or not?
If you are starting your business as a sole trader then you are not subjected to tax. Instead, the company’s owner pays tax on the surplus from business activity. It’s mentioned in the appendix (NE) on the annual income tax return. Partnerships are subjected to certain kinds of taxes like property tax, yield tax from pension funds, and special payroll tax from pension funds which make partnership a certain kind of complicated enterprise. In a partnership, every partner reports their share of profit/loss in an appendix (N3A or N3B) on their own income tax return, while the partnership itself is required to submit a special declaration (form 4). Economic associations are tax subjects, and for tax purposes, function in much the same way as limited companies.
Equal for tax purposes
Partnerships and sole traders are treated same as limited companies if you are owing to all rules in the expansion funds. In the last your company has no great significance from point of taxation. However, there are other factors that make one company significant over another one. For example, the rules concerning dividends and staff welfare benefits favors limited company owners, while the rules for tax allocation reserves and interest distribution benefit sole traders and partners in trading partnerships.
There are two ways to deal with car in a business. You can either own the car and don’t record the costs in the company bookkeeping. You may then deduct a standard amount for business trips (SEK 18.50 per 10 km travelled) on your income tax return. You can allow the company to own the car, and record all car-related costs in the company’s bookkeeping. If you are going with this option, you will have to pay for the car as a company benefit if it’s using privity in a negligible extent. No matter what company you have all the rules apply similarly. You can find the rule in tax deduction chapter.