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U.S. Citizen visiting Sweden for first time and I have two questions

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I am a U.S. citizen who will be visiting Sweden for the first time next year. I just got a passport a few months ago and also bought a round-trip ticket. I have two questions I was hoping you guys could help me with:

1) My flight departs the U.S. on 1/25/2014 and reaches Iceland on 1/26/2015 before it reaches Stockhom the same day. I will be leaving from Stockholm on 4/25/2015. That’s approximately 90 days if you count the entry day and the exit day. Will I be breaking the “90 days or less without a visa” rule if I leave on the 90th day? (Due to time zones and such, when I arrive back in the U.S. it will still be 4/25/2015 when I officially am back home). Should I change my return flight to a few days before 4/25/2015 just in case?

2) Will I be asked to show proof of sufficient funds when I enter Iceland (or Stockholm)? If so, how much in SEK/USD and in what form? Do I need SEK instead of USD or can I just show a bank statement from my bank showing a balance? Would presenting my credit cards with credit card statements showing the available credit also work?

Thanks so much for the help!!!

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