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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
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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.
From 2017, the requirements for taxation according to the tax scheme for inbound expatriates were relaxed slightly in relation to work performed abroad. A binding ruling sheds light on how this is to be interpreted
In a recent ruling, the National Tax Tribunal overruled the Danish Tax Agency and allowed an individual taxpayer exemption from Danish tax on salary earned abroad
The Danish traffic law states that people resident in Denmark may only drive in this country in a car registered in Denmark.
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.
When an individual comes to Denmark to work, several tax issues arise. In the following, we clarify some of them.
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.