Proposal to Transpose DAC6 into Danish Law Presented in the Danish Parliament
Published November 6th, 2019
Category: Taxation / VAT
On 6 November 2019 the Danish government presented its proposal to transpose the EU directive regarding mandatory reporting in relation to arrangements with cross-border implications (“DAC6”) into Danish law.
Next steps: If enacted, the proposed transposition of DAC6 will have effect from 1 July 2020.
See our previous news feed on DAC6 here.
The proposal (in Danish) is available here.
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