2023 tax reporting deadlines coming up

The deadline for corrections of incorrect reports for the income year 2023 is coming up - remember that this might also concern your duties as an employer.

Your duties as employer

If you have withheld too much or too little A-tax or labour market contributions during 2023, and therefore, you have incorrectly reported the salary that your employee has been paid, the discrepant gross amount must be corrected and you must report the correction to the Danish Tax Authorities.

You might want to consider if you need to re-examine your employees’ compensations, if your employees have been working in several countries or as a secondee during 2023 and the income abroad has not been considered in the current report.

The deadline is February 22nd 2024

If you have not made corrections before the deadline on February 22nd 2024 your employees risk receiving incorrect year-end statements. This in turn can lead to:

  •  your employees paying excessive amounts of tax
  • frustrated employees
  • mistrust between employees and employer
  • damage to your reputation

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