Danish tax authority demands $1 billion from Microsoft over undervaluing of software

The Danish tax authority, SKAT, has demanded around DKK 5.8 billion ($1 billion) in back taxes from Microsoft Denmark over the sale of software rights to its Irish subsidiary, according to local reports. The case is symptomatic of an increasing willingness by the tax authority to bring disputes against taxpayers.

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