Tax rules to be eased for commuters across Øresund

The Swedish and Danish governments have agreed to ease tax rules for those living in either country and commuting over the Øresund for work, study or retirement.

20,000 Swedes currently work in Denmark, the highest number ever. (photo: Nick-D)

Daily 17,000 people commute from Sweden to Denmark, and approx. 1,400 people from Denmark to Sweden. Many of them are internationals who have had to navigate complex tax rules from dated back to 2003. The Danish and Swedish governments have decided to clear up those rules. “An integrated labor market across the Øresund benefits both […]

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