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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
31 May 2019
Deadline for preparing TP documentation.
10 May 2019
VAT 2021: e-commerce and VAT treatment of return shipments
19 June 2019
We analyse global mid-market deal activity across a number of major regions.
Agreement with France on the taxation of pensions.
It is time to prepare your Danish tax return for 2015, but how should you proceed if you forgot to declare deductible expenses on your tax return for 2014 or previous years?
According to a recent ruling by the National Tax Tribunal, an employee’s work in Denmark from his home office did not constitute a permanent establishment in Denmark for the foreign employer.
The corporate tax rate in Denmark is reduced from 23.5 pct. in 2015 to 22.0 pct. in 2016. The last day of payment of the first provisional tax rate for 2016 is 21 March 2016.
Denmark has introduced country-by-country reporting and the three-tiered documentation approach as part of the transfer pricing documentation requirements.
Recent rulings by the National Tax Tribunal leads to slight relaxation of the conditions for utilising the Danish 26 pct. tax regime. Some approved researchers may be able to utilise the regime despite initial rejection.
Should a foreign business register for VAT purposes in Denmark when contracting a foreign subcontractor to carry out services in Denmark?
Due to heavy exchange rate fluctuations on certain currencies, you may benefit from reassessing your Danish tax liability for 2015 and pay additional provisional taxes before year-end or early in 2016.
A new administrative practice adopted by the Danish tax authorities mean that it will be easier for foreign students to stay in Denmark for longer periods of time without becoming resident in Denmark for tax purposes.
A recent ruling by the Danish National Tax Board serves to show that caution should still be exercised when non-Danish subcontractors conclude contracts with Danish businesses to perform work in Denmark.