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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.
If a foreign group contribution is considered having passed an intermediate Danish company, the question arise how this distribution should be treated tax wise.
The Danish tax authorities expect that about 100 companies have not completed the tax return correctly regarding documentation on transfer pricing and inter-company transactions.
Regardless of whether a political agreement concerning the government’s “2025 plan” is reached, tax cuts are due in 2017. This is ensured by the annual adjustment of the various thresholds in the Danish tax code.
An initiative recently launched by the Minister of Taxation seeks to strengthen the rule of law by implementing rules for reimbursement of litigation costs for companies.
Not everyone is aware that owning a home located abroad will have tax implications in Denmark - regardless of the individual circumstances.
According to a bill recently adopted by the Danish Parliament, the tax rate applicable to dividends paid to foreign companies is reduced from 27 pct. to 22 pct.
The Danish tax authorities change practice concerning limitation of claims for reimbursement of withholding tax on dividends. Prospectively, the limitation period for such claims will be 3 years instead of the current 5 years.
Individual taxpayers may experience problems when trying to declare foreign income and expenses on their Danish tax return.