VAT registration

In the event that a company has taxable activities in another country, VAT registration is required. Furthermore, if sales to individuals exceed the threshold for registration in the countries concerned, VAT registration is also required.

It may be difficult to assess whether or not a company must be registered and from what point in time the VAT registration need to be valid. In many countries, we can handle any contact with the authorities as well as the paperwork in connection to a registration. Additionally we can perform the periodic VAT returns and any eventual Intrastat or other statistical reporting.

In some countries, a local fiscal representative is required but in that case we have a large network of partners that we work with.

In a few instances, we will not be able to assist with the VAT registration, but we will then be happy to help arrange contact with local offices.

Please contact us for more information and prices.

Mini one stop VAT

From the 1st of January 2015 new tax rules apply for companies which sell telecommunication services, electronic services, or radio and television broadcasting services. The VAT must be settled in the country in which the clients live or spend most of their time. The company must be able to document where its customers reside.

For more information, please see

If you require help with registration and reporting of sales, please contact us on +45 97 97 55 55

Special notice on Covid-19 and VAT registration

The situation linked to the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in support packages for Danish registered businesses. On the 17th of March 2020 the following changes regarding payment of VAT were approved by the Danish parliament:

  • Monthly registered companies: VAT payment will be postponed with one month. The change will apply for three months starting March 2020, that means that VAT for March will be due on 25th of May instead of 27th of April, VAT for April will be due 25th of June and VAT for May will be due on 27th of July 2020
  • Quarterly registered companies: VAT for 1st and 2nd quarter 2020 are merged into one VAT return due 1st of September 2020
  • Biannual registered companies: VAT for 1st and 2nd half year are merged into one VAT return due 1st of March 2021
  • Finally, it is made possible for companies to have up to 10 MIO DKK on their Danish Tax Account for a temporary period, if the company adjusts the amount threshold on 25th of March 2020 or later

In case you have questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.