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24 April 2019
Information about tax and VAT and the most common types of employee benefits.
08 April 2019
Cars without registration Tax
03 April 2019
The Bitcoin universe is changing fast and often.
The urgent need to adopt digital transformation is clear.
26 February 2019
Real estate investments – tax saving possibilities – in Denmark
29 January 2019
This year has proven to be a challenging one for cybersecurity professionals.
When working with finance, payroll, tax or VAT, you probably encounter questions about current tax rates, thresholds and tax, and VAT rules for employee benefits. We can certainly give you the answers to
The Danish traffic law states that people resident in Denmark may only drive in this country in a car registered in Denmark.
By now, you have likely heard of Bitcoin because, despite it still being a relatively young technology, it’s gained considerable media and market attention.
The urgent need to adopt digital transformation is clear: the longer you delay, the greater the likelihood that competitors or newcomers will steal a march on you. Supervisory Board members shouldn't equate digital transformation with IT projects; digital transformation is a change that will have...
The third issue of tax:watch 2019, a newsletter about Danish Tax and VAT
Guidelines have been issued for resumption of creditor companies’ tax liability on interest income, if a foreign group company’s (debtor) right to deduct the interest expenses has been limited as a result of rules on thin capitalization
The Court of Justice of the European Union rules in favour of the Danish Ministry of Taxation in several decisive cases concerning the concept of “beneficial owner”
In general, annual corporation tax returns must be filed no later than six months after the end of the financial year and by 1 August after the end of the financial year at the latest.
Danish companies, which are part of a group of Danish companies, are covered by the mandatory rules on national joint taxation. International joint taxation with foreign group companies, foreign permanent establishments and foreign real estate is voluntary.