Danish Prosecution to Recover Non-Resident Tax Fraud Claims

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The Danish Tax Agency has opened almost 400 civil cases against firms or people over several nations, including the UK, trying to recuperate sums of 12.7 billion Danish Corona (USD $2 billion) that were paid out in falsely claimed tax refunds between the range of 2012 and 2015.

The cases were made by non-inhabitants for discounts of withholding tax deducted from Danish stock shares.