11 Things You Need to Know about Tax in Denmark



The Danish tax system can be immensely complicated. The sheer number of perplexing rules and exceptions are confusing for anyone, who is not a tax expert. There are countless pitfalls to avoid and rules to be aware of; in order to enjoy a pleasant, stress-free stay in the country. The following 11 points are the ones the SkatteInform team thinks are the most important ones for you to know about tax in Denmark. This article is not all-encompassing, rather it gives you a quick, informative overview of 11 things you need to know about tax in Denmark.


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1. When do You Become Taxable to Denmark?


2. How to Register in the Danish Tax System?


3. What is Included in Your Taxable Income?


4. How Much Tax Do You Need to Pay?


5. Social Security Network for Work within the EU


6. Does your Company Need Foreing Workers?


7. Company or Self-Employed?


8. How to Pay Salary to Yourself as a Major Shareholder


9. Securities and Other Activities Abroad


10. How to Avoid Double Taxation


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As you have just learned, the Danish tax system can be extremely complicated and convoluted. If you are unsure about any of the information described in this article, SkatteInform is here to help. Our tax experts have extensive knowledge about, and experience with every point discussed in this article. Give us a call at 33 32 10 10 or send us an e-mail at info@skatteinform.dk to get personalized help with your tax issues.