The Danish Transfer Pricing Rules
22 January 2018
The Danish tax rules require that affiliated companies transact with each other on the same terms and conditions that they apply to unrelated parties. This is known as the “arm’s-length principle”. In order to comply with this requirement, it is therefore necessary to have established internal rules for settlements etc. - transfer pricing - between the companies.
It is not only in Denmark that such rules apply. Indeed, this is one of the few rules that broadly speaking all countries are in agreement about.
Just as in many other countries, in Denmark there are rules which require enterprises to furnish information about intragroup transactions to the tax authorities. In many cases they must also produce written documentation that such transactions are carried out in accordance with the arm’s-length principle.
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