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It is great to get his holiday pay paid, but it is just so nice to having to pay tax.

When the three weeks of the frozen holiday pay will be paid in the course of the autumn, so can thousands of danes risk ending up with having to pay tax. But it should not be.

It tells the president of The trade union's principal organization Lizette Vogl to Finance.dk.

She believes that it is already agreed that the frozen holiday pay to be taxed at 38 percent.

The 38 percent was a prerequisite for, that we all agreed to freeze the money, so I do not understand all the discussion or the call from someone about a temporary raising of topskattegrænsen. I have a clear expectation that the 38 procentt. continues to apply in this situation, she says to Finance.dk

Former has an Extra Magazine and several other media outlets have described how the calculations from the liberal think tank Cepos shows that the number of topskatteydere will increase by approx. Of 96,000 persons, because the payout of holiday pay will send them over topskattegrænsen.

It is today in ca. 577.000 kr. The income above is taxed on average by 56 percent.

At the time of writing, minister for employment Peter Hummelgaard not related to the tax rate. He simply refers to political parties in the future will discuss the details of the bill on the payment of holiday pay.

Lizette Vogl do not understand all the talk about tax. Photo: Jens Dresling.


Previously Ekstra Bladet asked the financial advisor and the owner of the company Pengerådgivning Nicolaj Christensen, who stresses that there is a difference between holiday pay-fifs, depending on your financial situation.

- First, it's about that all people's situations are not the same. For those who have been challenged and lost a job or gone down in wages, is the extra money a super supplement to get better through the crisis. If a family has gone down, can this money be with to, that they can maintain their standard of living, says Nicolaj Christensen for the Extra Magazine.

He points at the same time, maintenance of the property or hire purchase of expensive consumer loans may be a good way to spend his money on, if the pinch with the economy.

however, If you earn well and as such do not need the money, he has the following advice:

- If you have a good economy, pay the highest tax and may not really need the money, then I would look over towards the pension schemes. It is a free way to get cut your tax on. It is obvious, if you don't need the money, " says Nicolaj Christensen

You can read Ekstra big guide to the use of your holiday here. Here you will also find the answer on how you use the money in the best, if you want to boost the Danish economy:

Close to the Big guide: How to use your holiday pay the best

FAQ about the frozen holiday pay Why is my holiday pay frozen?

The new ferielov is based on the concept samtidsferie. It means that you are continuously saving vacation up, so you can keep the vacation as you earn it. Specifically, you will earn 2,08 days holiday per. month from 1. september 2020. The new rules mean, that there is a transitional period, and then we have the problem. Both your in already banked staggered holiday and your samtidsferie would mean that you would have 10 weeks of vacation a year. It would be too expensive for employers, and so have the politicians decided to freeze your staggered holidays.

When will I get them paid?

In principle, you will only receive your money when you have the right to your pension. Unless the government and the political parties decide that they need to be paid to the danes before.

How much do I get?

It appears likely on your paycheck, how many holiday exactly that you have earned so far. Alternatively, you can get an idea of it by using the calculator below. You can even calculate the amount by taking 12.5 per cent of the employment income that you have had in the period 1. september 2019 to 31. august 2020.

Why should I have to pay tax on them?

You always have to pay tax on your holiday pay. It would also make if they were paid in the normal way, that sometimes it just happens automatically and continuously. If you extraordinary to get them paid, so it has NOT happened automatically, and then you have to pay tax on them.

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