ATP rates and payment terms are changing in 2024

New payment dates in 2024

Please notice the new payment dates in 2024 due to the ATP contribution being collected by Samlet Betaling going forth.

The reporting and payment dates for 2024:

The interest rate is 1.5 per cent to be exacted at the beginning of each month. This interest will be charged from the day the payment is due.

Previously ATP worked with bot a due date and a final payment date, however; for payments regarding Q1 2024 or later the due date and final date of payment are the same.

Paying by online banking service

If you pay via your company’s online banking service, the amount must be debited to your company’s account by the due date for the payment stated. If the payment deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, payment may be made on the next working day.

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