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Facts, circumstances and assumptions
We understand the situation as follows. A company established in Sweden ("SWco) purchases electronic services from a UAB company via the internet and pays the renumeration into a Cypriotic Bank account. Subsequently, SWco sells the goods to customers established in Sweden.
From an EU VAT perspective, the service is taxable in Sweden and the VAT due is levied from SWco by way of the reverse charge, i.e. SWco has to account for the VAT due and can deduct this VAT at the same time in the relating periodical VAT return. As a consequence, the electronic service is freed from any VAT.
The onward supply to Swedisch customers is taxable in Sweden and the Swedisch VAT due is levied from WSco. Whether the Swedisch customer has the right to deduct VAT depends on the nature of the client, i.e. a taxable person with the right to deduct VAT (such in contrast to privat persons/end users and taxable perons that perform VAT exempt activities).
You questions indicate that you have very little to no knowledge about VAT (or doing business) and the area of electronic services is a mine field especially if you start selling to non Swedisch clients. Also, you have to be aware of all compliance regulations (filing VAT returns, invoice requirements, etc. etc.). We are not certain whether or not Sweden applies a registration threshold or has another way of supporting what we call small companies.
You may risk penalties and the levy of interest if you don't ensure the correct VAT treatment and reporting. You may wish to contact a local Swedisch administration or accountancy company to help you avoid doing things you may regret at a later stage.
We wish you all the best,