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Workshops on "Tax and Social Security - EU perspective"

Joint workshops of University of Copenhagen, University of Economics, Prague and KPMG

20 September 2017, 9:00AM - 1:00PM, CET Copenhagen, Denmark

Registration

We are proud to present two joint workshops of University of Copenhagen, University of Economics, Prague and KPMG on the EU perspective of interaction between personal income tax and social security contributions in cross-border situations within the EU. KPMG Acor Tax will be represented by Daida Hadzic, Director. Furthermore, the Danish Ministry of Employment (Beskæftigelsesministeriet) and the Danish Construction Association (Dansk Byggeri) will participate at the event. 

Participation is free of charge, but please register here:

Click here to register for the event in Copenhagen 

Click here to register for the event in Prague 


Time and location 

Copenhagen:

Time: Copenhagen 20 September 2017, 09:00-13:00

Location: University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law, Conference/flex room, ground floor, room 8A-0-57, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S

The metro on Islands Brygge is next to South Campus and the entrance is across the parking lot at the right of the big grey square building sticking out.

 

Prague:

Time: Prague 15 November 2017, 09:00-13:00

Location: University of Economics, Prague W. Churchill Sq. 4, Prague 3

 

Program for workshops

Copenhagen

You can view the full program here 

Prague

You can view the full program here

 

Different systems of personal income tax and social security of the EU member states can cause hindrances to free movement of persons and services. Even with the coordination by double tax treaties and EU Regulation on the coordination of social security, the interaction and mismatches of principles and rules applied among the systems can be problematic in cross-border situations. Individuals, as well as employers, can get into all kinds of situations leading to various sum of payroll duties, which possibly could be considered discriminatory or undesirable also from the states’ perspective.


Do not hesitate to contact Alexander Hasenberg if you have questions regarding this event. 

 

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