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Individual taxpayers may experience problems when trying to declare foreign income and expenses on their Danish tax return.
The Danish tax authorities have issued new requirements of what the transfer pricing documentation should include.
An employee paid by the hour for work performed abroad including transportation time to and from his home in Denmark was granted tax exemption on the salary.
A recent verdict by the High Court may result in an increased total tax burden for some taxpayers earning foreign source income.
Our latest international webinar focuses on International Tax Structuring and the aims and objectives of having a clearly defined tax strategy.
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.