Danish opposition: Engineer scheme at the top of our list

The Danish Government’s proposal of repealing the tax scheme known as the “engineer scheme” is on top of the list of things which are to be removed from the government's collection of proposals to the coming tax reform according to the spokesman on tax affairs in the largest Danish opposition party, Venstre, Torsten Schack Pedersen.

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In June, Venstre and another opposition party reached an agreement with the Danish Government led by the Social Democrat, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, on a tax reform. The tax reform has since then been the subject of a consultation exercise and will be voted on later this year. Therefore, it is still possible for the partners to make changes in the tax reform if they reach an agreement.

In this context, Venstre takes issue with the idea of repealing the so-called engineer scheme and is currently considering the proposal to be the most important thing to remove from the upcoming tax reform.

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