SAF-T compliance for Denmark

Modified on Tue, 6 Feb at 2:05 PM

If your company is subject to the rules of digital sales registration, you may be required to provide sales data from your POS system to the Danish Tax Agency (Skattestyrelsen). Flatpay is fully prepared for this, and in this article, we will walk you through the solution. You cannot opt out of this registration with Flatpay. 

You can read more about the Danish Tax Agency's rules here. Flatpay meets all the technical requirements for the solution. 

What does SAF-T mean for me? 

In practice, it means that we record a series of actions in an electronic journal, which constitute the SAF-T content itself. All transactions are annotated with a certificate to ensure they are genuine and valid—all of this to comply with the Danish Tax Agency's rules. We use a supplier certificate issued to Flatpay to sign these actions, so you do not need to use your own OCES certificate, as may be the case in some instances. 

How to extract data in SAF-T file format: 

  1. Log in to the portal. 
  2. Go to the POS menu. 
  3. Click on the "SAF-T" menu item. 
  4. Refine your search and download the file. 
  5. Choose the date range. 
  6. Click on Download. 
  7. The file will be sent to you—please note that there may be a waiting time due to the large amount of data.

Note: You can only retrieve data from January 1, 2024, onwards.

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