Price for incorporating an ApS in Denmark
Here is the price for incorporating an ApS in Denmark:
Dania Accounting: 3.000 DKK + VAT
Lawyer: 1.198 DKK + VAT
Extra compliance fee if non-resident: 400 DKK + VAT
Business Authority: 670 DKK + VAT
In total: 6.085 DKK incl. VAT if resident shareholders and director
In total: 6.585 DKK incl. VAT if non-resident shareholders and director
The ApS is the most common limited liability company structure in Denmark.
Breakdown of price for incorporating an ApS in Denmark
Our fee for assisting you with incorporating a new ApS is 3.000 DKK + VAT.
During the process of incorporation, we need a lawyer to confirm your deposit of the share capital into a bank account.
Since the company does not yet have a bank account, the share capital deposit is made to a bank account belonging to the lawyer.
The fee for the lawyer is 1.198 DKK + VAT.
Furthermore, if you have one or more non-resident shareholders or directors, the lawyer will add a 400 DKK + VAT fee for compliance work.
The fee for the Business Authority for incorporating the company is 670 DKK.
Your total costs for incorporating your new ApS, including the fee to Dania Accounting, the lawyer and the Business Authority, is 4.868 DKK + VAT if you do not have any non-resident shareholders or directors.
If you have non-resident shareholders or directors please add 400 DKK + VAT to this price.
The full amount is prepaid to Dania Accounting before we start the incorporation process.
Payment details for incorporation fee
Receiver: Dania Accounting ApS
Amount: 6.085 DKK + 500 DKK if non-resident shareholder or director
Reference: (Write the name of the ApS so we can identify the transfer)
Sort code: 2355
Bank account: 6298102135
The share capital will be transferred to the ApS after incorporation
You can open a bank account for the company once the ApS is incorporated.
The bank can be located either in Denmark or abroad (f.ex. Revolut).
After the new bank account is open, the lawyer will transfer the share capital to the new bank account.
The share capital can be used to pay for company costs and does not have to be kept deposited into the bank account.
However, some rules need to be followed:
The share capital can only be used to pay for company costs.
Shareholders are not allowed to withdraw money from the company for private costs. That could be considered illegal and is also often heavily taxed.
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(Last update of page: 3.7.2022)