Denmark encourages innovation, entrepreneurship and offers an attractive business environment with its well-qualified workforce. For these reasons many foreign companies have expanded their businesses to Denmark.
What determines if one must pay withholding tax on dividends distributed from companies in Denmark is whether a shareholder is a natural person or a company.
Danish law does not have any statutory general anti-abuse rule.
According to Section 2, stk. 1, litra C of the Danish Corporation Tax Act foreign companies which receive dividends from a Danish company are subject to a limited tax liability.
The Danish tax system operates with two types of property tax; land tax and property value tax.
Denmark has a very extensive social security system, and the purpose of this article is to briefly describe the social security cover for non-Danish citizens when working in Denmark.
The Danish Social Security System consists of a broad variety of services and benefits that provide economic security to both workers and private citizens.
Learn more about tax on foreign pensions in Denmark and how to declare your pension when moving to Denmark.