In the case of both a company and a sole proprietorship, we will take care of all the most important steps, more specifically:
When a company closes, its NemID is deactivated, and with it access to Digital Post. However, messages can still be sent to the company’s Digital Post even after the company is closed. Before it closes, therefore, you should configure access accordingly so that you can continue to be able to use the company’s digital mail even after the company closes.
Before you close the company, you need to go to Skattekonto to verify the status of reports and payments. This is where you can check that everything is as it should be. Among other things, you can check that you’ve reported everything you need to, so you can avoid paying too much in taxes, such as VAT or A-skat when you close the company.
Next, formally close the business and obtain a closing certificate, which may be needed in the future for a bank or unemployment insurance fund, for example.
Należy upewnić się, że złożono w terminie raporty za wszystkie okresy do dnia zamknięcia firmy.
Opóźnienie może kosztować nawet 800 DKK. Należy złożyć raport końcowy, nawet jeśli za dany okres wyniesie on 0 DKK. Przed zamknięciem firmy trzeba uregulować kwestie VAT, płac, podatków, listy wynagrodzeń, akcyzy lub potencjalnie innych danin i świadczeń na rzecz duńskiego państwa.
When you close your business, you should adjust the profit in your tax return to pay the correct tax on an ongoing basis.
Calculate the company’s profit and loss, and prepare a tax return for the period from January 1 to the day the company closes. Items that are moved out of the company or sold to others should be included in the profit or loss. This can include computers, inventory, furniture, cars or machinery. Note that the result on oplysningskema can only be declared in the year following the closing of the business. The deadline is July 1. There is a penalty of 200 kr. for each day of delay (up to a maximum of 5,000 kr.) for missing the deadline.