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Público·86 miembros English: Everything You Need to Know About Taxes and Duties in Denmark English: Your Guide to Taxation in Denmark

If you are living or working in Denmark, you need to know about is the official website of the Danish Tax Agency (Skattestyrelsen), where you can access the self-service system and guides on taxes and duties. is your gateway to understanding and managing your tax affairs in Denmark, whether you are subject to full or limited tax liability.

In this article, we will show you how to access in English, what you can do on, and what are the benefits of paying taxes in Denmark. By the end of this article, you will have a better idea of how to use to your advantage and comply with the Danish tax rules. english

How to access in English is mainly in Danish, but some parts of it are available in English, German, Polish, Romanian, and Lithuanian. There are two ways to access in English:

Using the language selector on the homepage

On the homepage of, you will see a language selector at the top right corner. Click on it and choose "English" from the drop-down menu. This will take you to a page with links to various topics in English, such as taxation in Denmark, setting up life in Denmark, coming to study, non-Danish vehicles, customs regulations, etc. You can also find links to forms, guides, and contact information in English.

Using the search function to find relevant information

If you are looking for something specific on, you can use the search function at the top left corner. Type in your query in English and hit enter. You will see a list of results that match your query. Some of them will be in English, while others will be in Danish. You can filter the results by language by clicking on "Sprog" (Language) on the left sidebar and choosing "Engelsk" (English). This will show you only the results that are in English.

What can you do on allows you to do many things related to your tax affairs in Denmark. Here are some of the most common ones: english tax card english login english tax return english preliminary income assessment english tax assessment notice english e-tax password english tax calculator english contact english guide english customs duties english property tax english motor vehicles english shares and securities english employee benefits english debt collection english vat refund english inheritance tax english health insurance english personal tax number english tax rates english tax deductions english tax allowances english tax treaty english double taxation english withholding tax english income tax return form english self-employed tax english pension tax english student tax english foreign income tax english dividend tax english capital gains tax english gift tax english green taxes english church tax english car registration tax english road tax english import tax english export tax english online payment service english third-party access service english nemid service english mitid service english tastselv service english tastselv borger service english tastselv erhverv service english tastselv kode service english tastselv flytning service english tastselv betaling service

Apply for a tax card and a personal tax number

If you come to Denmark for the first time to work or live, you need to apply for a tax card and a personal tax number. A tax card shows how much tax your employer should withhold from your salary. A personal tax number is a unique identifier that you need for various purposes, such as opening a bank account or receiving public benefits.

You can apply for a tax card and a personal tax number online by completing an application form on You will need to provide information about your income, deductions, allowances, and personal details. You will also need to attach some documents, such as your employment contract, passport, marriage certificate, etc.

Once you submit your application, you will receive a preliminary income assessment (forskudsopgørelse) within two weeks. This is an estimate of your income and tax for the year. You can check and change your preliminary income assessment on if your situation changes during the year.

<h3 Check and change your preliminary income assessment and tax assessment notice

Your preliminary income assessment is an estimate of your income and tax for the year. It is based on the information you provide when you apply for a tax card and a personal tax number. It shows how much tax you are expected to pay and how much tax your employer should withhold from your salary.

You can check and change your preliminary income assessment on if your situation changes during the year. For example, if you get a raise, change jobs, move to a different municipality, have a child, etc. You can also add or remove deductions and allowances that affect your tax.

Changing your preliminary income assessment will ensure that you pay the right amount of tax throughout the year and avoid paying too much or too little. If you pay too much, you will get a refund. If you pay too little, you will have to pay the difference.

Your tax assessment notice (årsopgørelse) is the final calculation of your income and tax for the year. It is issued by the Danish Tax Agency in March or April of the following year. It shows how much income you have earned, how much tax you have paid, and whether you have any outstanding tax or refund.

You can check and change your tax assessment notice on if you find any errors or omissions. For example, if you forgot to report some income, expenses, deductions, or allowances. You can also appeal your tax assessment notice if you disagree with it.

Pay your outstanding tax or get a refund

If you have paid too little tax during the year, you will have an outstanding tax (restskat) that you need to pay by a certain deadline. You can pay your outstanding tax on using online banking or a payment card. You can also choose to pay in installments with interest.

If you have paid too much tax during the year, you will get a refund (overskydende skat) that will be transferred to your bank account. You can check the status of your refund on and see when it will be paid. You can also change the bank account where you want to receive your refund.

Find information on different types of tax and deductions has a lot of information on different types of tax and deductions that apply to foreigners living or working in Denmark. You can find information on:

  • Income tax: How it is calculated, what rates apply, what deductions and allowances are available, etc.

  • Value added tax (VAT): How it is charged, what goods and services are exempt, how to claim a refund, etc.

  • Customs duties: How they are levied, what goods are subject to them, how to declare them, etc.

  • Property tax: How it is assessed, what rates apply, what exemptions and reductions are available, etc.

  • Vehicle tax: How it is determined, what rates apply, what exemptions and reductions are available, etc.

  • Pension tax: How it is deducted, what rates apply, what benefits are available, etc.

  • Other taxes: Such as inheritance tax, gift tax, wealth tax, church tax, etc.

What are the benefits of paying taxes in Denmark

Paying taxes in Denmark may seem high compared to other countries, but it also comes with many benefits. Here are some of the benefits of paying taxes in Denmark:

The Danish welfare state and its services

The Danish welfare state is based on the principle of universalism, which means that everyone has equal access to public services regardless of their income or social status. The public services include:

  • Health care: Free or subsidized medical treatment, hospitalization, prescription drugs, dental care, etc.

  • Education: Free or subsidized primary, secondary, and higher education, student grants and loans, etc.

  • Social security: Unemployment benefits, sickness benefits, maternity leave, child benefits, pension schemes, etc.

  • Culture and leisure: Free or subsidized access to museums, libraries, parks, sports facilities, etc.

The Danish welfare state is funded by taxes and aims to provide a high quality of life and social security for all citizens.

The progressive tax system and its rates

The Danish tax system is progressive, which means that the more income you earn, the higher percentage of tax you pay. The progressive tax system ensures that everyone pays their fair share of taxes according to their ability to pay. The progressive tax system also reduces income inequality and promotes social cohesion.

The Danish The Danish tax rates vary depending on your income level, municipality, and church membership. The tax rates consist of three components: municipal tax, health contribution, and state tax. The municipal tax and health contribution are flat rates that vary by municipality, while the stat

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