Tax in Denmark

Newsletter March 21, 2011
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Taxes in Denmark
It is that time of the year where SKAT wants you to make - your income tax return (selvangivelse). Find information about taxes for 2010 and 2011, tax rates, a tax calculator, deadlines.
You can get access to your personal SKAT folder by requesting a tastselv code or by using your NemID. You can also contact SKAT. In more complicated cases ask for the advice of a tax accountant. E.g. Peter Kallemann from Kallermann Revision has been of good help to the participants of our Sparkup event about taxes.

Japan we are thinking of you
The sad situation in Japan is deeply touching our feelings and we would like to express our condolences and sympathy. We wish you and yours a lot of strength. Let us support with donations for Japan the many people suffering there.

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February 24, 2011
Subject: Free days in Denmark

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Have a great day,
Dagmar Fink

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