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We are living through an unprecedented time that almost no business has had a ready-to-use plan for. But like all other businesses, we are doing our utmost to manage the many challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our people, our clients and stakeholders are very...
Due to the current situation in Denmark regarding Covid-19, there are some measures that you as an employer can take in case that you are experiencing a decrease in your sales or your employees are falling ill.
The development and spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19 means that we – along with many other organizations – are implementing a number of precautionary measures and are preparing for possible scenarios that will ensure that we remain operational throughout these special circumstances. We do this to...
BDO’s M&A advisers point out a plunge in deal activity over the first quarter of 2019, when mid-market mergers and acquisitions dropped to 2013 levels. Deals fell from 2,000+ transactions per quarter to less than 1,500, while in the same period deal value dropped from over US$ 190bn to below US...
BDO Corporate Finance Denmark (BDO CF) has acted as exclusive advisor for Eurowind Energy A/S in the merger between Eurowind Energy A/S, one of Europe's largest developers of wind turbine generator and solar cell farms, and the energy company Eniig Renewables.
From 1 January 2017, the conditions for utilising the Danish 26 pct. tax scheme will be relaxed slightly, allowing individuals taxed according to the scheme to adopt a more flexible work pattern.
Joint taxation with foreign subsidiaries, etc. is usually applicable for periods of 10 years at a time. A number of practical issues must be observed when international joint taxation are either to be terminated or re-elected.
The Danish tax authorities are often eager to point out the very large raises of taxable income implemented in transfer pricing cases. However, not all of them are upheld, and the National Tax Tribunal has just reversed a decision.
Reporting to the EU sales list of sales to companies in other EU countries is still causing problems in many Danish companies, and it is not without risks. The problem seems greatest in service-providing companies.