Accounting and legal services in Denmark
We offer assistance in registering business entities operating in Denmark, in the Danish register Erhvervsstyrelsen and obtaining a CVR / SE number, as well as registering companies posting employees to Denmark in the provision of services under the RUT system.
HOW DOES IT WORK IN DENMARK?
accounting in Denmark
OUR ACCOUNTING AND LEGAL SERVICES
Registration for the RUT
Analysis of contracts executed in Denmark from a legal and tax perspective
Employee salary simulations
VAT handling - MOMS in Denmark
What is MOMS and how does it work?
The obligation to register for VAT purposes for a foreign entity will arise when:
Purchase of goods and services from other EU member states
services are provided to individuals in Denmark
services are provided to registered companies in Denmark that are not subject to the reverse charge mechanism (services other than real estate services, passenger transportation, short-term rental of means of transportation, restaurant and catering services)
Hiring subcontractors to provide services to the company when the Company performs tasks in Denmark (should the Company hire another foreign subcontractor)
OUR SERVICES - MOMS
Preparation of tax records in Denmark
Preparation of Danish VAT returns
HR and payroll services in Denmark
Personnel in Denmark
Foreign companies that wish to provide services in Denmark are required to comply with Denmark's restrictive wage laws. Workers' earnings must be at the level of Danish workers' wages, i.e., they must not be lower than the rates stipulated by collective bargaining agreements for particular industries, regardless of whether the company has joined a union.
Paragraph 6a of the Agreement on the Secondment of Workers to Work Abroad stipulates that in order to ensure that workers seconded to work abroad are paid at the same level as Danish employers are obligated to pay for the performance of similar work, it is possible to use collective action against foreign principals on the same basis as Danish employers to support the conclusion of a collective agreement, i.e., job lockouts.