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DN Opinion. The taxation of real estate is unpredictable

I agree with Siv Key Nilsson, who in a letter to the editor on the DN View, writes that reavinstskatten must be done about. Inflation is no profit for the småhusägaren.

the Whole of the property tax has major flaws. The ”ceiling” of 6,000 crowns on the real estate fee – which replaced property tax in 2008 – made the taxation acceptable. But de facto, it is still a tax because it is controlled by the state and is not connected to any municipal charge.

the real estate fee is the assessed value. But it is only an estimated statistical average over the sold property sale price within the set by the state areas.

The custom house is not sold and is thus not included in the calculation. In order to come closer to the reality collects the authority in amounts of data (including size, standard, water/sewer, and location).

These values represent only minor adjustments and do not affect the level of the cadastral value. Tax value to be changed regularly in conjunction with new tax returns. The tax is in other words not foreseeable.

to be both predictable, objective and have a measurable basis in order to be acceptable in a rule of law. Equal should be taxed equally and the tax must also take into account the rule about the tax after viability. The property tax does not meet any of these requirements.

How is it possible to base a tax on a diffuse and variable value? The home is inestimable!

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