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25 June 2020

The corona pandemic has caused restrictions on where people can stay and perform their work. For commuters crossing the Danish/Swedish border at Øresund, this can have an impact on both tax and social security

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29 May 2020

On the annual tax statement, you will automatically be charged property value tax from the day of acquisition when you are buying or selling your home, but often, you can save taxe,s if you move in later or move out sooner

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29 May 2020

Non-resident individuals, expatriates and employees taxed according to the Danish tax scheme for inbound expatriates are considered in a temporary relief effort by the government due to the corona pandemic

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24 April 2020

The OECD has issued a guiding statement on the ways in which the double tax conventions are influenced by the fact that employees and managers of companies are working from home and perhaps even perform their jobs in another country than usual

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27 March 2020

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

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28 February 2020

In March 2020, the Danish tax authorities will issue tax statements for 2019 for many individual taxpayers. This represents the beginning of the period, where tax returns for 2019 can be filed

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31 January 2020

A recently published ruling by the National Tax Board shows that not all work performed in Denmark triggers tax residence even though you own a home in Denmark. However, the rules can be difficult to navigate

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31 January 2020

When the UK leaves the EU on 31 January 2020, some Danish companies in groups including UK companies may experience that payments received from the US are subject to US withholding tax

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