Business Operations in Denmark (Portfolio 7100)


Christian Emmeluth


CPH LEX Advokater

At a glance

Detailed Analysis
I. Denmark — The Country, Its People and Economy
II. Operating a Business in Denmark
III. Forms of Doing Business in Denmark
IV. Principal Taxes
V. Taxation of Domestic Corporations
VI. Taxation of Foreign Corporations
VII. Taxation of Foreign Operations
VIII. Taxation of Partnerships
IX. Taxation of Other Business Entities
X. Taxation of Resident Individuals
XI. Taxation of Nonresident Individuals
XII. Intercompany Pricing
XIII. Avoidance of Double Taxation


Tax Management Portfolio, Business Operations in Denmark, No. 7100, contains the basic information that will enable a business to determine the best method of conducting its operations in Denmark from both the tax and the general legal points of view. It analyzes in detail the statutory and procedural framework of Danish income taxation as applied to individuals and corporations. This analysis also includes many other legal details vital to the organization of a Danish company. In addition to a detailed explanation of the income tax, the Portfolio discusses the value added tax, and gift and inheritance tax.

The Worksheets in the Portfolio include an example of a computation of an individual's income tax, the articles of association for both joint stock and private limited companies, and the Denmark-United States tax treaty.

This Portfolio may be cited as Emmeluth, 7100 T.M., Business Operations in Denmark.

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