It used to be that people who wanted to file on paper could drop their declarations through special slots at the agency, but after putting up with all manner of inappropriate stuff being deposited there - from objects on fire, to urine, the agency decided to remove the slots, according to Johan Schauman, a declaration expert at the Tax Agency.
There are many ways to file declarations, including online, via text message, and by post, but some people prefer to hand-deliver their declarations to the Tax Agency.
Filing taxes late incurs a fee, but considering the chaos, the Tax Agency is providing a grace period of one day to people who file on paper, reports SVT. That means that people can file directly at a Tax Agency on Thursday, May 3rd, during office hours, without having to pay a fine. If you want to send your declaration by post without being fined, that's also possible to do as long as you make sure that the post office cancels the stamp today, May 2nd, and that you use the address listed on the form you received.