Getting money back from taxes.

by Jari
(Finland)

Hello, I´m receiving some money back from taxes, but I have no more bank account in Denmark. Would it be possible to send the money to my Finnish bank account ?


Response: Why would you even think of asking that type of question here. I am not the government. I am not SKAT. I do not have or want any of your personal information. I will give you a hint: Contact the tax authorities: they are called SKAT and they will answer your enquiry.

People please stop sending me requests to help you with tax refunds. Contact SKAT, your commune or an accountant - me I can do NOTHING TO ASSIST you with your government tax problems.

Charlie- www.fyidenmark.com (not the taxman)

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