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Payments and employees

The first thing you should do is to register as an employer at You can either report the pay in our payroll system E-income (eIndkomst), or you can pay an accountant or payroll bureau to take care of it for you. 

Payments and employees


In Denmark, pay is typically regulated by collective agreements or negotiated individually.


The Danish Labour Market Fund for Posted Workers

The Danish Labour Market Fund for Posted Workers is a jointly and severally funded scheme to ensure that employees posted to Denmark receive the wages to which they are entitled.

The Danish Labour Market Fund for Posted Workers

Self-service for Pay

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  • Apply for loans when in the midst of restructuring

    If your company is in the midst of a restructuring process, you as an employer can cooperate with a restructuring agent to apply to LG for a loan to pay salaries to your employees. The loan must be repaid.

  • Apply for salary difference subsidy

    As an employer you can apply for subsidy for the difference between the Danish and the foreign salary when your trainee is posted abroad.

  • Find past charges and deposits as a foreign employer

    In this self-service you can find past changes and deposits from The Danish Labour Market Fund for Posted Workers as a foreign employer.

  • Paying A-tax and labour market contributions (AM-bidrag)

    Once you have reported into the E-income system, you then pay A-tax (tax deducted from income at source) and labour market contributions you deducted. You logon to E-tax for businesses to pay A-tax and labour market contributions (am-bidrag)

  • Reporting information in E-payroll (LetLøn)

    E-payroll is a reporting system that can be used by employers for reporting payment of income, such as salaries and fees, etc. as well as A-tax and labour market contributions.

  • Reporting pay in E-income

    When you pay salaries or fees to your employees, you have to report it to us. These reports go to the E-income register. This register holds information about the income, such as salaries, state education grants and pension benefits, of all Danes.