Danish accountant in Copenhagen, Denmark.
If you are looking for a Danish accountant in Copenhagen, Denmark, then you have landed in the right place: Mercuria is a Danish accounting firm, that takes care of payroll management, book keeping, accounting, annual tax reports and digital reporting of VAT and annual tax reports to Danish tax authorities on behalf of business clients in Denmark. Mercuria have more than 40 years of experience from providing accounting and business services to small and medium sized businesses.
The founder of Mercuria is accountant Frank Nielsen, that holds more than 40 years of professional experience from professional bookkeeping and accounting for small and medium sized businesses in Denmark. Mercuria also employs Danish staff for supervision, book keeping, system administration and reception desk.
Reporting value added tax (VAT) report to Skattestyrelsen (skat.dk).
As the founder or owner of a business in Denmark, you are obligated to report your value added tax (VAT) to the Danish tax authority Skattestyrelsen (skat.dk). Your VAT must be a result of your documented transactions, book keeping and accounting. The requirements for VAT reporting is described in the law. Mercuria can take of your documented transactions, book keeping and VAT reports, so you will never miss the important deadlines for this.
Reporting annual tax report to Erhvervsstyrelsen and Virk (virk.dk).
As the founder or owner of a business in Denmark, you are also obligated to report your annual tax report to the Danish tax authority Erhvervsstyrelsen (erst.dk) by using the business reporting interface Virk (virk.dk). Your annual tax report must be a result of your documented transactions, book keeping and accounting. The requirements for your annual tax reporting is described in the law. Mercuria can take of your documented transactions, book keeping, accounting and annual tax reports, so you will never miss the important deadlines for this.
Leave accounting fully or partly to Mercuria.
If you own a business in Denmark, or own a foreign business, that has business in Denmark, then your daily book keeping and accounting has to comply with the Danish law, that sets the minimum requirements for this.
If you have some knowledge about book keeping, you can choose to do this part yourself and only have Mercuria assist you partly by performing the accounting and tax reports. Mercuria supports Economic, Dinero and Danløn.
If you do not have this knowledge or simply wish to leave book keeping and accounting to Mercuria, you can choose to have Mercuria assist you fully by taking care of all book keeping, accounting and tax reports for you. Mercuria has its own accounting software. This is highly recommended.
Registering a new business or company in Denmark.
The legal form of a business or company in Denmark is typically registered as a self-employed sole proprietorship, partnership (I/S), implementer company (IVS), limited liability company (SMBA), private limited company (ApS) or limited company (A/S). Mercuria does not register new businesses nor companies on behalf of clients. Mercuria does not operate nor run businesses on behalf of clients neither. You should consult a business lawyer for matters, that regards registration of a new business or company in Denmark and, if needed, assistance with running and operating your business in Denmark.
Bank account for business or company in Denmark.
As a founder or owner of a business or company in Denmark, it is a requirement by law, that you seperate your business transactions from your private transaction by opening a new bank account for your business or company in Denmark. Mercuria does not open nor create new bank accounts on behalf of clients. Mercuria does not recommend banks neither. You should contact banks of interest yourself and negotiate the right bank account solution for your business.
GDPR and data security for accounting in Denmark.
Mercuria lives up the law of accounting, which also means, that Mercuria practice a high level of data security, when it comes to processing and storing your documents and accounting data. Mercuria has its own system administration and data center, that operates safe systems on fully encrypted, protected and backed up Unix and Linux operating systems. Mercuria does not share your data, nor cooperate, with other external partners.
Quote and price for accountant in Copenhagen, Denmark.
If you would like a quote for the business services, that Mercuria offers, you should send relevant description and information about your business demands, so Mercuria can chose the correct solution and price estimate.
Mercuria charge foreign business clients with an hourly rate due to increased communication in foreign language and special demands. The hourly rate for foreign clients is 1.600 DKK. Foreign clients must be paid in advance on account. Mercuria accepts payment via bank transfer in Danish Kroner (DKK) and via crypto currency blockchain in Bitcoin (BTC).
Contact your new accountant Mercuria in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Contact Mercuria by email to or by telephone +45 70 25 20 75. Mercuria typically replies within an hour in office hours Monday through Thursday between 10:00 and 16:00 local Danish time. You will find all contact information on the contact page.
As a founder or owner of a business in Copenhagen, Denmark, you will have many responsibilities, challenges and important decisions within the areas of economics, book keeping and accounting. For this reason it is necessary, that you can get in contact with your accountant. Mercuria is aware of this and practice high availability through visible phone numbers, electronic mail addresses, office address and open office hours on the website. Inquiries are answered daily.