Success Stories


The Wrong Decision from Skattestyrelsen


Skattestyrelsen was wrong

In several cases Skattestyrelsen (The Danish Tax Authorities) have made the wrong decision. The wrong decision means that the taxpayer has to pay too much tax. Too much tax in Denmark could be a lot of money. In this case, we are talking about hundreds of thousands of DKK.


Tax due to an Auditing Error


Multi-million crown tax demand from the Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT)

A client came to us in desperate need of help after receiving a multi-million crown tax demand from the Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT). The demand resulted from an auditing error. Inge Nilsson found the mistake and figured out how to fix it. Her expertise saved both the auditor and the client a great deal of money and stress.


Availability Taxation

The Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT) strictly enforce the rules about availability tax on major shareholders.

Accountants are rarely able to win the cases because it is so difficult to prove the intentions and reasoning behind actions taken many years ago. We were able to overcome the obstacles, with great results for our clients.


Crushing Debt Becomes Savings


Unfair personel tax claim

This case centered on an unfair personal tax claim of approximately two million crowns. The Danish Tax Authorities (SKAT) unjustifiably increased a client’s income. You may wonder if this could be problematic, but it can have disastrous consequences. Read on to find out how we saved a client from bankruptcy and helped our client turn debt into savings.


Changing the Law


Forgotten deductions for losses and securities from 2009, can be deducted in 2017.

Since 2014, we have been working with several tax cases, where the taxpayers lost very large deductions for unnoticed capital losses in 2009.