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Free lift passes for Swedes (& Swedish employees)

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Most companies in Sweden provide a tax free ‘health & wellness’ benefit (Friskvård) to their employees which previously covered activities like gym membership, tennis, team sports etc but not what were judged more exclusive sports/activities such as golf, sailing, and skiing etc. After a high court judgement this has been changed so the two ‘tax free’ and ‘non tax free’ lists will be merged and apply from 1 Jan 2018.

Max is 5000 kr (£450) per year. My company allows 3500 kr (£320). Counts towards annual membership, season tickets, or a number of passes up to the limit (does not cover equipment). Nice contribution towards my season pass Smile
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Another reason to love Sweden.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Yeah, this is a really nice ruling. Too bad that my local ski hill hasn't even opened yet, so I'm stuck dreaming about skiing at the moment.
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Would be interesting to know how many Snowheads are in Sweden/Scandinavia. We could have an unofficial Scandi bash Very Happy
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
The Swedes are all for helping their population stay healthy and fit.
When I lived there 40 years ago I would get my football coach to sign my 'training record booklet' after each training session and when I got enough 'points' I would receive free training kit such as tracksuits etc.
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Themasterpiece wrote:
Would be interesting to know how many Snowheads are in Sweden/Scandinavia. We could have an unofficial Scandi bash Very Happy


I quite like that idea snowHead
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Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
jjams82 wrote:
Another reason to love Sweden.


Oh dear...another one ... Toofy Grin

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/society/pretentious-couple-convinced-they-are-turning-scandinavian-20170812133912

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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
scr wrote:
Themasterpiece wrote:
Would be interesting to know how many Snowheads are in Sweden/Scandinavia. We could have an unofficial Scandi bash Very Happy


I quite like that idea snowHead


Me too. All we need is an apartment in a ski resort. Hmmmm, where can we find one of those? Toofy Grin
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How does a midsummer bash sound? Little Angel
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How does a midsummer bash sound? Little Angel
About 20 of us go to Uto for midsummer, its where me and Mrs Sacko got married many years ago. I love midsommar Very Happy
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mgrolf wrote:
scr wrote:
Themasterpiece wrote:
Would be interesting to know how many Snowheads are in Sweden/Scandinavia. We could have an unofficial Scandi bash Very Happy


I quite like that idea snowHead


Me too. All we need is an apartment in a ski resort. Hmmmm, where can we find one of those? Toofy Grin
Talking of apartments in ski resorts, we are considering buying an apartment in Are by, there is nothing available at the moment (which is expected as its full on ski season) but we are hoping to find something quite central by midsummer, does anyone have an apartment that they are thinking of selling? Very Happy
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And love to help out and answer questions and of course, read each other's snow reports.
Sack the Juggler wrote:
scr wrote:
How does a midsummer bash sound? Little Angel
About 20 of us go to Uto for midsummer, its where me and Mrs Sacko got married many years ago. I love midsommar Very Happy


We’ve been to Riksgränsen for midsummer, which was lovely.

@Sack the Juggler, Utö, interesting! Not been but it looks lovely (like the rest of the Stockholm archipelago).
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