While Sanne Salomonsen not found the melody in the reviled DR program 'Live, she has really got going in the positive trend, when it comes to financial reporting.
For the third year in a row, the former judge in the X Factor or eX Factor judge, if you will - thus upholster his business with profit. After costs are paid, there is thus a surplus of 549.157 crowns.
It shows a dewy accounting from her company.
for several years was her company otherwise weighed down with a red bottom line, after she in with a sense of ownership, respectively, a quarter and a third of the companies Salomi Invest and Solo Invest had invested in mortgages with the former pantebrevskonge Klaus Kejlberg Schulze as director.
today is Solo Invest-the company shut down, and the burden, therefore, no longer Salomonsens accounts. But the last accounts from the company showed that the equity was negative by 2.3 million euros. Salomi Invest still exists, but it is actually empty.
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In 2015, said Klaus Kejlberg Schulze to Ekstra Bladet:
- It is companies, where you deposit some money, and to have been so lost.
But now Salomonsen on its feet again, and the equity is now up on the 815.531 crowns.