Please note that the following information is not a complete translation of your Danish letter

Dear Sir or Madam 

You should have declared your income and tax deductions to the Danish Tax Agency (Skattestyrelsen) by filing an extended tax return. Since we have not received your tax return, we have estimated your tax. The estimate can still be changed if you file your tax return online via using E-tax (our self-service system - TastSelv). The filing deadline is 15 days from the date of this letter.

Your tax assessment notice will be generated as soon as you have entered the requested figures about your business.

You will be charged a penalty for late filing

Because you have missed the 1 July filing deadline by more than 25 days, you will, unfortunately, be charged a penalty of DKK 5,000 or DKK 2,500 (depending on your income).

How to file your extended tax return

(Please note that the self-service system is only available in Danish)

  1. Go to and log on to E-tax (TastSelv).
  2. 'Ret årsopgørelsen/oplysningsskemaet’ (Change your tax assessment notice/tax return).
  3. Certain figures in your tax return have been preprinted. Check to see whether these figures are correct, and if not, make any relevant corrections.
  4. Scroll down and click 'Godkend' (Accept) to accept the figures you have entered on your tax return.
  5. Next, you will see a receipt and you will be able to see your tax assessment notice immediately after having completed your tax return. If you cannot see your tax assessment notice, please call us on (+ 45) 72 22 27 80.

If you ignore this letter

If you ignore this letter, we will make a decision regarding your tax estimate. If we have calculated your income too low, please call us or write to us by no later than four weeks after you have received your tax assessment notice. You have a legal duty to do so and failure to comply with this may be a criminal offence.

Please call us on (+45) 72 22 27 80 if you have any questions about this letter.

Yours faithfully

Danish Tax Agency