If you are selling products in Denmark, you might have to pay excise duties. You can ease the burden of excise duty compliance by leaving the registration and monthly declarations to the Danish authorities with us.
If you are obliged to declare and pay excise duties in Denmark, you can safely leave the job with us and be assured that you are compliant. We will act as your representative in all issues regarding the excise duties.
What are excise duties in Denmark?
In Denmark, there is an excise duty on certain products and packaging following the EU’s directive 2008/118/EF. The content of your products determines whether you must declare and pay excise duty and the amount you need to pay. We will be happy to guide you regarding the payment of excise duty in Denmark.
Types of products that are usually liable for excise duties:
- Spirits, wine and beer
- Online gambling
- Energy, electricity, oil
As soon as you start selling these types of products to consumers in Denmark, your company must be registered for excise duties with the Danish authorities (SKAT) and each month you must declare and pay excise duties on your sales.
We can assist you in working out which registrations are needed, handle the paperwork with the Danish authorities and make sure your declarations are made on time each month.
You simply send us your sales for the month, and we will calculate the amount to be declared and paid. We will make the declarations on your behalf and guide you in the payment procedure. This way you are always compliant with regards to your excise duties.
If you leave us in charge of handling your excise duties in Denmark, we will also take care of the communication with the Danish authorities, where the paperwork and letters are often in Danish.
Deadline for excise duty in Denmark
Most excise duties must be declared and paid by the 15th of the month after the declared period.
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