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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.
In a recent ruling, the National Tax Board decided that per diems cannot be paid tax free if the agreed salary is of minor size.
A new way of administering the personal allowance when calculating Danish taxes benefits certain Danish resident individuals working abroad part of the year.
On 1 January 2015, VAT on all telecommunications, broadcasting and electronically supplied services rendered to private consumers within the EU will be due where the customer is based rather than where the supplier is located.
Now, the Danish tax authorities have adapted their IT systems making it possible to report tax losses. Unreported losses will be irrevocably lost.