The purpose of the Corporate taxation is to analyze trends in companies' taxable income and tax payments.
Corporate Taxation is an annual statistic of the taxable income and tax for all companies, and made from the companies' declaration to The Danish Tax Agency.
The statistics is shown by type of company and type of industry.
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Data from DIAS are combined with information on the industry and owner code from the Business Register.
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The statistics are part in the general economic debate.
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Accuracy and reliability
- Coverage: The statistics cover all taxable companies.
- Collection: The data comes from the register of corporate taxpayers (DIAS) from The Danish Tax Agency, which is the basis for the administration of the corporation taxation.
- Machining: The data are subject to error detection and results control before publication.
There are no uncertainty calculations.
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Timeliness and punctuality
The statistics is published in March two years after the tax year.
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There are no problems with comparability over time. But changes in the corporate tax rate have occurred.
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Accessibility and clarity
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