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The third issue of tax:watch 2020, a newsletter about Danish Tax and VAT
Considering the travel restrictions implemented and other measures taken to limit the spread of COVID-19, we address some of the Danish tax implications for employees, who will be working in a different country than usual
The financial year 2018/19 was a good and strong year for BDO. We continue to be among the market leaders within advisory and audit, we have developed our tax and VAT business further, taken an even higher market share in the public market, activities in our Business Services & Outsourcing have...
Many companies are currently experiencing increased cashflow pressure, but consumer registration or accelerated tax refund registration can help to improve cashflow.
The Danish government and the labour market parties have entered into a tripartite agreement concerning a wage-earner package to aid Danish workplaces and ensure that wage-earners receive their wage as usual.
For companies with calendar year accounts, the virus outbreak will only in specialcases have any significance for the 2019 accounts since the outbreak in accounting terms is a non-adjusting subsequent event.
The self-employed are exempt from paying B-tax in April and May. Employers are exempt from paying in A-tax for three months. And both large and small companies get extended VAT credit. Some more than others.
A new urgent legislation from the Danish government helps the liquidity of companies by temporarily postponing the payment deadlines for VAT, AM-contribution and A-tax.
The second issue of tax:watch 2020, a newsletter about Danish Tax and VAT