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Tools and services for expectant parents

Here, you can find a checklist for expectant parents, a planning tool, and other services that can help you plan and prepare for your parental leave.

When you are expecting a child

Answer a few questions and get personal information on what you in particular need to do and know before the child is born.

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Checklist for expectant parents

A simple checklist with information for you who are expecting a child.

Checklist for expectant parents

Parental information (Föräldrakollen) function

See how long you can be on leave and how much money you get every month.

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My pages (Mina sidor)

Log in to My pages (Mina sidor) with e-identification and plan your parental leave in detail.

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SGI guide

Information about how your parental benefit is affected by your previous income and how you can protect your sickness benefit qualifying income (SGI) when you are on parental leave.

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Facebook for parents

On Facebook, our administrators answer your questions about parental leave and other matters that concern you as an expectant parent.

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Calculate housing allowance

Low-income families with children may be entitled to housing allowance.

Housing allowance

Parental leave may affect your pension

When you take parental leave or go down to part-time hours while your children are young, your pension may be affected. Visit the Swedish Pensions Agency’s website for tips on things that are good to keep in mind in relation to your pension.

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