The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise membership fees

Membership fees are payable to the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and respective employers’ and industry organisations of which companies are members.

Annual the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise membership fees are determined by the board of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise in December each year and are invoiced twice a year in April and October.

Fees include a service charge and a membership fee based on a member company’s reported payroll levels; for larger businesses, operating profit after depreciation is also taken into account.

To ensure that members are charged the right membership fees, member companies are required to submit the necessary payroll information. Read more under Submitting member details.

Fees for 2022:

  • Lowest fee SEK 428
  • Fees for individual companies and companies that are part of a group with a maximum of 249 employees: 0.077% of payroll costs minus a deduction of SEK 500,000
  • Fees for individual companies and companies that are part of a group with more than 249 employees: 0.060% of payroll costs and operating profit, (operating profit is limited to an amount corresponding to payroll)
  • Only positive operating results are included
  • Fees are divided between the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise Service

If you have any questions relating to fees for your member organisation, please contact the organisation directly. For more information about member invoicing, please see the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise membership invoices.

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