Sabaton Members Ordered To Pay Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars To Swedish Tax Agency

According to Sweden’s Aftonbladet, the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) has ordered Sabaton’s Joakim Brodén and Pär Sundström to pay a bunch of money in tax surcharges after the band allegedly didn’t report their income from U.S. tours in 2016-2018 correctly. Brodén is said to have taken the biggest hit and will have to pay more than two million Swedish kronor (more than $233,000). Both members claimed that they followed the United States – Sweden Tax Treaty and that they even hired experts to make sure the paperwork was filed properly. They will now have a chance to appeal the decision.

[via Blabbermouth]

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