About our payment on February 16th

The first payment of 2021 is loaded with streaming money. Among the music services included this time you will find Spotify, YouTube, Amazon and Soundcloud.

Explore your payment in Stim's new mobile app for Iphone! Reade more about the app, which will also be released for Android phones during 2021. The app is only available in Swedish at the moment, but our desktop features on My Pages, however, are available in English.

On My Pages you will also find a timeline of your payments, where each item is a summary of all payments for the selected quarter.

Did you try out our new online service where royalties are presented in a new manner? Go to My Pages to try the BETA version of My Stim Payments.

Remember that your songs must have accumulated at least SEK 100 in order for you to receive a payment. If your balance is less than SEK 100 then the amount is saved until you reach the threshold. Payment will take place on February 16th and you normally have the money in your account that very day. Sometimes however, depending on which bank you are using, it will take a few days more for the funds to reach your account, so we kindly ask for your patience.

Second stage invoicing for Spotify

In February, we distribute Spotify royalties for April-June 2020, according to plan. Also included are monies for songs played on the streaming service during the last six months of 2017. This is an additional payment for the period, and covers works that were not reported to Stim at the time of the original payment. This routine is called second stage invoicing.

When is the next payment?

The next royalty payment will be made on March 16th, and covers live music, background music, online and international receipts.. Visit our full royalty distribution schedule for 2021.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us.


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