Help to fill in various fields
The information about the company’s residence is used to determine the type of registration number for the company.
Please check one of the three options in the section.
Company name and address in home country
Please append documentation for the company’s registration in home country - either in the form of a copy of the companys registration verification or a copy of the owner’s passport or other ID.
Please remember to disclose the country code, when filling in the sections with telephone, fax and mobile number.
Information about bank must be disclosed by registration.
Company address in Denmark
If the company has a permanent business location in Denmark from where the company is maintained, please fill in this section and skip section 4.
A permanent business location means, that the company is represented through a store, an office, shop etc.
If your company does not have an address in Denmark, you can skip this section as well as section 4 and 7.
Contact person in Denmark
If your company, due to a non-permanent business location, is represented through a person or a company in Denmark you must disclose whom to contact in Denmark about your company.
You must disclose the Danish contact’s CVR number or CPR number as well as name and address.
By listing a Danish contact person instead of a permanent business location in Denmark, you can skip section 3.
Please note that the listed contact person must sign in section 16.
Please identify the owner of the company and state either a passport number or another accepted ID-number. Remember to state which ID-type the number refers to e.g. driver’s license, green card or ID-card etc.
Danish citizens living abroad can state CPR number.
Company contact person in home country
Please indicate who to contact in home country regarding the company. The person must be able to elaborate the information given in this form.
Value Added Tax - VAT
VAT obligated activities refer to invoicing and purchases in accordance with the VAT restrictions in Denmark. You must indicate the company’s expected turnover in Denmark in order to decide the frequency of your VATsettlement.
More on the applying VAT restrictions in Denmark can be found at skat.dk.
Import from other countries than EU
If your company in Denmark buy or take in commodities from a country outside EU, the company must register for import. The same applies, if your company in Denmark buys or acquires commodities after the EU customs transit system.
Please note that in addition this requires a residential committal representative. This form must be attached the application.
If you want to use your commodities immediately
You can use your imported commodities immediately after reception and pay later on. If there’s a custom claim on the commodities, you will have to pay 3,5 per mille of the amount as a guarantee according to Skattestyrelsen's guarantee agreement.
For example: Custom and dues amount to 10.000 DKK – you pay 35 DKK.
If you would like to await the use of your commodities
Paying in cash means that you must pay custom, taxes and dues to Skattestyrelsen before taking the commodities in use (no more than five days later after receiving them).
What qualifies as other guaranties?
You can choose to place guaranties other than Skattestyrelsen's, e.g. a bank guarantee, a surety bond or an owner certificate. The guaranty must be acknowledged by Skattestyrelsen, before import.
Export to countries outside EU
You must register for export if you or your company in Denmark sell or return commodities to a country outside EU.
Generally the company will have to register and pay payroll duty if the company sells services that are exempt from VAT – eg journey by taxi and sale of services performed by dentists, psychologists and doctors as well as sale of financial services.
Please note, that this requires a residential committal representative.
You must state a start date and choose at least one of the categories of pay roll duties.
If the company has Danish employees the company must be registered and pay tax at source (in Denmark by A-taxes) and a Labour Market Contribution (“AM-bidrag”).
For companies outside EU this requires a residential committal representative. This form must be attached to the application.
It is placed upon the representative to monthly administrate the tax-payments from paid staff.
B-income, secondary income
If the company exclusively pays B-income to employees; please select the field “B-income”.
Sporadically payments of salary
If the company does not pay salary or B-income every month, please select the field “Sporadically Payments of Salary”.
AM is the Danish Labour Market Contribution.
In Denmark all employees pay ATP which is the Danish labour market pension supplementary. ATP is paid when the age of the employees is 16 or more, and the work time is at least 9 hours per week or 39 hours per month.