If you have bought or sold your home in the last few years, then there are several deductions to be aware of that are not automatically reported to SKAT.
If you are divorced or left a previous partner, you have probably already come across child support. But not everyone knows that you can actually get deductions for it.
If you’re divorced, you’ve probably already come across alimony or spousal support (Danish: ‘ægtefællebidrag’). But not everyone knows that you can actually get a deduction for the alimony you pay.
The deduction for a home office is a rare deduction. So what it takes to get it, we will go through in this article as well as an approved example from SKAT.
The deduction for losses on companies is relevant for those who have started or owned shares in a company (that is not listed on a stock exchange). And there can be a lot of money to be made here.
Fradraget for tab på virksomhed er relevant for dem, der har startet eller ejet aktier/anparter i en virksomhed (der ikke er børsnoteret). Og her kan der være mange penge at hente
The deduction for loans with 3 or more borrowers is a rather unknown deduction. This applies if you have taken out a loan at, for example, at a bank where you are 3 or more people.
Fradraget for lån med 3 eller flere lånetagere er et ret ukendt fradrag. Det gælder, hvis du har taget et lån i f.eks. en bank, hvor I er 3 eller flere.
The deduction for private loans is a fairly unknown deduction. This applies, for example, if you have borrowed money from family, friends or other private individuals.
The deduction for common loans is a rather unknown deduction, but one many Danes can benefit from especially in the big cities.