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Businesses operating in Denmark are to an increasing extent seeking business opportunities in Norway. Tax-wise, this gives rise to a great deal of paperwork because Norway is not a member of the EU. However, this cannot be avoided.
In a new bill passed by the Danish parliament, an international anti-abuse clause has been adopted in Danish tax law. The clause takes effect from 1 May 2015.
In a new draft bill, the Danish government proposes adoption of an international anti-abuse clause in Danish tax law. The clause is scheduled to take effect from 1 May 2015.
Once again, a ruling holds that a home office constitutes a permanent establishment in Denmark even though the employee is unauthorised to conclude contracts on behalf of the enterprise.
In March 2015, many individuals will be able to view their statement of taxable income for 2014 in the electronic tax file with the Danish tax authorities. This marks the beginning of the period where tax returns for 2014 can be filed.
Eight months have passed since new guidelines were issued and it seems prudent to follow up on the application of the new guidelines by examining the publicized rulings.
On 15 January 2015, the new owners register opened for companies’ registrations.
A new surprising ruling allows a professional athlete and home owner to work under certain conditions in Denmark more extensively than previously accepted by the Danish tax authorities without inducing Danish tax residency.
Denmark and the Faroe Islands have agreed on amendments to the protocol to the Nordic double tax treaty concerning new tax rules on pension payments.