There is good money in entertaining the danes. It is Mick's Election as living proof.
He has long been one of the biggest names on the Danish comedyscene, and it can be seen on the account. It shows the accounts from the 47-year-old echo of the holding company, Unterholding ApS, which was published 26. June.
Here it can be seen that pengetanken has grown into the holding company, as Mick Election owns 90 percent of the, while his wife, Marlene, own the remaining part.
Unterholding ApS now has an equity of 39.537.146 crowns, which is an increase of slightly more than 3.6 million compared to the 2018 financial statements.
in Addition, the values on Mick Øgendahls private accounts that is not publicly available.
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Unterholding ApS comes out by 2019, with a profit of 8.569.245 crowns after tax, which is something better than 2018, which gave the red numbers on the bottom line of the comedian.
It is especially Lowland Fallstar ApS, where revenue mainly comes from the production of feature films, komedieserier and royalties from previous standupshows, as pulling the load.
Here could be Mick Election rejoice with a gross profit margin of 9.878.232 crowns, which, after taxes and other expenditure gave a surplus of 6.880.763 crowns.
the Profits are celebrated by pulling the 4.908.000 dollars out in dividends for the financial year, according to holdingselskabets accounts.
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Mick Election itself is, however, not satisfied with the result.
'the Activities of the company's associated and affiliated companies have not met the expectations there were for the year. Profit for the year is regarded as not satisfactory,' it says in the annual report for Unterholding ApS.
It is not, however, Lowland Fallstar ApS who have had a bad 2019. Here it sounds in the annual report that the company has met the expectations.
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Mick's Election has, like most of his colleagues had been forced to keep an involuntary pause in the recent time, after coronavirussen had closed large parts of Denmark down.
And the comedian fears the consequences of the virus and decommissioning.
'the Company's activities is from the 13. march 2020 temporarily limited as a result of the COVID-19. The company's associated and affiliated companies will thus have limited activity during the shutdown and it will have a negative impact on the result for the coming year,' says the annual report.
Here reads it, moreover, that it is not yet clear how much the decommissioning of Denmark is going to affect the next accounting.
Mick's Election informs via his manager and wife, Marlene, who owns ten percent of the firms that he did not want to comment on the accounts.