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Kollektivavtalad tjänstepension och försäkringar

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Så fungerar din tjänstepension Avtalspension SAF-LO och de försäkringar du har genom din arbetsgivare.
Så fungerar din tjänstepension Avtalspension SAF-LO och de försäkringar du har genom din arbetsgivare.
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Information, blanketter och tjänster skiljer sig åt för olika typer av företag. Välj vilken typ av företag du företräder.
Information, blanketter och tjänster skiljer sig åt för olika typer av företag. Välj vilken typ av företag du företräder.
Företag med kollektivavtal

Privatägda företag som har kollektivavtal genom medlemskap i ett arbetsgivarförbund, eller har tecknat kollektivavtal direkt med ett fackförbund (hängavtal).

Företag utan kollektivavtal

Privatägda företag som saknar kollektivavtal men har, eller vill teckna, försäkringsavtal hos Fora.

Företag utan anställda

För företag utan anställda, med eller utan kollektivavtal.

Kommun- och regionsektorerna

Kommuner, regioner, företag anslutna till Sobona och Fastigo samt Svenska kyrkan.

Företag som vill anställa med stöd från myndighet

Information för företag när försäkringsavtal hos Fora är ett krav från Arbetsförmedlingen eller Migrationsverket.

Foreign companies with temporary operations in Sweden

Companies, with or without a collective agreement, that intend to run temporary operations in Sweden.

Sänkt ålder för Avtalspension SAF-LO 2021

Svenskt Näringsliv och LO har träffat en överenskommelse om att successivt sänka åldern för
intjänande till Avtalspension SAF-LO från dagens 25 år, med start 2021.

Information med anledning av Coronaviruset

Vi får många frågor med anledning av Coronaviruset och har samlat den viktigaste informationen.
Hittar du inte svar på dina frågor där, kan du vända dig till Foras kundservice.

Om Fora

Fora är ett servicebolag som erbjuder administrativa lösningar för kollektivavtalade försäkringar och avgifter för parter på arbetsmarknaden. Vi finns för att erbjuda enkla och kostnadseffektiva lösningar som förenklar vardagen för uppdragsgivare, företag och anställda.

Reporting final salaries

In January each year, Fora needs details about the final salaries for the previous year.

Fora needs data about your employees’ salaries to be able to calculate how much should be paid in to their occupational pension, as well as to be able invoice for the insurances.

Companies with temporary operations in Sweden need to report salaries on two occasions:

  • In January each year, the final salaries for the previous year must be reported.
  • When the insurance agreement is cancelled, the salaries for the current year must be reported.

Penalty for delayed reporting

If the final payroll statement have not been reported by 31 January, Fora will charge a penalty for delayed reporting of SEK 1,000.

The final payroll statement report shows which manual workers you have employed during the year and how much money should be transferred to their pension manager. The money is transferred in February. Your failure to submit the final payroll statement by the 31 January will adversely affect your employees. 

Why do I have to send an annual payroll report to Fora?

Varför behöver jag lönerapportera till Fora?
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How to report final salaries

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  • The final salaries for the previous year must be reported by 31 January. 
  • The salaries for the current year must be reported when the insurance agreement is cancelled.

The salaries are reported on a special form.

Employee data that is needed

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  • All manual workers who have not reached the age of 65 years should be reported, with name, address, date of birth/personal identity number (ten digits) and gross salary. Manual workers who have reached the age of 65 years and have an agreement about continued earning towards Avtalspension SAF-LO, Collective pension insurance should also be included.
  • The gross pay of all paid employees who have not reached the age of 65 years should be included.
  • An owner who counts as a company owner should not be included in the reporting of final payroll statement. If the person does not count as a company owner, they should be reported as a manual worker or a non-manual worker.

Salary types that should be included

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The gross pay that has been paid out during the year should be reported to Fora.

The pay amounts should include the following:

  • Piecework compensation
  • Severance pay - the part considered to be salary
  • Standby compensation
  • Bonus
  • Tips
  • Gratuity in the form of cash payment
  • On-call time
  • Salary guarantee
  • Unsocial working hours
  • Redundancy pay
  • Commission
  • Travel (free travel to and from work)
  • Travel time compensation
  • Holiday pay, holiday compensation
  • Sick pay
  • Shift premium
  • Percentage of profit
  • Gross salary paid
  • Substitute compensation
  • Overtime compensation

The pay amounts should NOT include the following:

  • Fees
  • Severance pay - the part considered to be reparation
  • Contribution to travel costs
  • Mileage allowance
  • Company car
  • Parking benefit
  • Gratuity in the form of stocks and bonds
  • Home computer
  • Reimbursement for expenses
  • Options
  • Taxable and non-taxable allowances
  • Subsidized food
  • Profit share and profit sharing
  • The value of free board and lodging

Important to distinguish between wage-earners and salaried employees

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Distinguishing between manual workers and non-manual workers is very important. Incorrect reporting will have consequences for the employees’ pensions and their insurance cover.

  • If a manual workers is mistakenly reported as a non-manual worker, they will have no insurance cover and no contributions will be made towards their occupational pension.
  • If a non-manual worker  is mistakenly reported as a manual worker, they will not be able to claim on their insurances if something happens.

How to distinguish between wage-earners and salaried employees

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Companies with collective agreements

It is usually the collective agreement that determines whether an employee counts as a manual workers or a non-manual workers.

  • Manual workers are covered by collective agreements between an employers’ association and a trade union belonging to LO - The Swedish Trade Union Confederation.
  • Non-manual workers are covered by collective agreements between an employers’ association and a trade union belonging to PTK - the council for negotiation and cooperation.
  • It is the work that an employee performs that determines to which collective agreement they belong.

If you are uncertain how an employee should be classified, you can contact the trade union with which you have a collective agreement.

Companies without collective agreements

At companies without collective agreements, the work that employees perform determines if they count as manual workers or non-manual workers. If it is difficult to make an assessment, Statistics Sweden (SCB) has an Occupational Register, the duties involved in each profession, and whether the individual with that occupation/those duties should be classified as a manual worker or a non-manual worker.

1. Find the profession’s SEI code

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Find the profession’s SEI code in the list of occupational titles (yrkesförteckning).

If you don't know the title, you can search for it in the Swedish Standard Classification of Occupations (Svensk Yrkesklassificering).

2. Manual worker or non-manual worker?

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Finally, check the Socioeconomic Classification Socioekonomisk indelning) to see if the SEI code means that the employee is classified as a manual worker or non-manual worker.

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