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13 November 2019

It is easy to set up a business in Denmark. Low taxes for corporations and expatriates make Denmark an attractive location for foreign companies to set up a business. However, before starting a business in Denmark, there are a number of practical issues to consider, which we’ll outline below. 

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13 November 2019

Danish employers must - like employers in other countries - pay social security contributions for their employees. However, compared to most other countries, the Danish contributions are quite modest with average contributions of approximately EUR 2,000 per year per full-time employee. 

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25 October 2019

If you are employed by a US-owned company, you have most likely heard of Restricted Stock Units, which are a form of share pay. Unfortunately, RSUs are not always subject to the favorable rules for taxing such schemes

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25 October 2019

Earlier this month, the new Danish government presented its list of intended legislation for the new session of the Danish parliament

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27 September 2019

In the future, multinational enterprises must submit their TP documentation at the same time as reporting their income.

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27 September 2019

Taxation according to the Danish 27 pct. tax scheme for inbound expatriates is favourable, but care should be taken when applying for taxation according to the scheme

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