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Millionsucces: Martin Brygmann serve checkout

It runs for Martin Brygmann. It shows the newly released statements from the company Vimmer ApS.

Here it appears that the company, as Martin Brygmann owns 100 percent of, in 2019 had a gross profit margin of 2.977.679 crowns, which on the bottom line gives a surplus of 1.163.533 dollars when salary and tax is paid.

that The accounts are no better than the year before.

In 2018, had the 57-year-old actor, musician and entertainer with a gross profit margin of 921.593 crowns, which gave a profit of 506.200 crowns after tax.

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Martin Brygmann has, in the course of 2019, pampered themselves with a pay rise for the wonderful outcome.

In the course of the year it is paid the salary for 1.424.585 dollars to the company's only employees, who must be presumed to be himself. This corresponds to an average monthly salary of 118.715 crowns, which will be charged ordinary income tax on.

This is a significant increase compared to the year 2018, where Vimmer ApS paid an average monthly salary of 19.377 dollars to the company one employees.

It is not possible to see which resources Martin Brygmann running through his company, and whether he have an income at the side, there is only one part of the privatbudgettet.

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By 2019, the surplus on the 1.163.533 crowns pays Martin Brygmann a yield of 190.000 dollars, while he lets the rest stand in the company.

Vimmer ApS has now been over a equity on 1.359.648 crowns.

In the annual report it appears that 'the company's result is considered satisfactory', but there is a big question mark around 2020.

'the Company's management had an expectation of a result at the same level as fiscal year 2019. In light of the current situation around the covid-19, the company's management does not at present comment on the financial implications and expected results for the year 2020,' says.

Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Martin Brygmann through his manager, Martin Soutar, but it has not yet been possible.

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