Tax refund in Denmark

by Mario
(Germany)

Hello everyone, I have lived and worked as a student in Odense during this year, but I moved back to Germany 4 months ago. I worked only a few times in Odense but I paid relative high taxes. I heard that there is normally a tax repayment at the end of the year. Due to the fact that I donĀ“t live in Denmark anymore, I am afraid that I didn`t get informed. I also don`t have (or don`t know) my online account to check such information. It would be great if you can check if I have any claims of tax repayments and if so how I can get them on my German bank account. (personal details deleted here).

Thank you very much in advance. I hope to hear from you soon. Warm regards, Mario

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Tax Refund
by: Charlie

First, I have deleted your personal information, which you should never give people your CPR number or other details - can lead to lots of problems for you. As for getting a tax refund - you need to contact SKAT at www.skat.dk and tell them what you are looking for. This is nothing I or anyone else can help you with. This is a matter you and SKAT have to work out or if you have an accountant (but that is probably not the case).

Charlie - FYI Expat Denmark

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