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Didn't the tax returns - do tax a half a billion

Sebastian Thorbrun (34) is superior in Sweden when it comes to capital income, as are interest rates, among other things, bank deposits and receivables, dividend income and gain on sale of real estate.

Ten years after Thorbrun wrote bachelor's of exactly the stock exchange, he is the one that has the highest person - and capital income in Sweden, according to Expressen (Swedish) (requires subscription).

In 2017 had Thorbrun a profit of nearly 1.7 billion Swedish crowns.

Pay half a billion in taxes

But lykkebobla has, however, cracked for the 34-year-old who, according to the Dagens Industri (requires subscription) has forgotten to submit the income tax return (skattemeldingen) for 2018, the year 2017.

It led to that the Swedish Skatteverket in november, considered how much he has earned, and decided that they require nearly a half billion in taxes from the swede.

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According to the newspaper, based on a discretionary assessment based the sum of that Thorbrun in 2017 sold the shares for approximately 3.3 billion Swedish crowns. Skatteverket considering that half of the profits.

In addition, they argue he should have made a profit of 16 million Swedish kronor for the trade in so-called "CDF contracts, futures and options".

It calculates the Skatteverket to give a profit of nearly 1.7 billion Swedish kronor, and that he must pay nearly a half a billion in taxes.

Crushes all other

Still crushes Thorbrun several big names when it comes to investment income for same inntektsår.

Both names as H&M owners Liselott Tham and Stefan Persson, as well as foretakseier Max Hansson and the film director Lars Edman is under him on a list of those who must have the highest capital income for the year 2017, the newspaper has made.

Thorbrun to be a so-called "daghandler", which means that the buyer and the seller do this in a high pace where the person exploits kursvariasjonene that occurs within a single trading day.

the Swede must pay the tax within 25 February, but the deadline can be changed if the 34-year-old handing in a declaration.

Thorbrun has so far not commented on the matter.

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