The craftsman deduction is a scheme that allows Danes to deduct the cost of various craft services in their homes. The scheme has been popular among Danes since its introduction in 2011, but this year you should pay special attention to it. As of April 1, 2022, the craftsman deduction will be discontinued, and it will no longer be possible to get a deduction for craft work in the home.
In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at what the craftsman deduction is, why you should pay special attention to it this year, and how it differs from the service deduction. We'll also take a look at the changes to the Craftsmen's Allowance for 2022 and provide some tips on how to make the most of the scheme before it expires. Read on to find out more about the workmen's allowance and how you can save money on your taxes.
The craftsman deduction is a scheme where you can claim a deduction for the cost of various craft services carried out in your home or holiday home. The deduction is divided between 'craftsman services' and 'services' where the former covers:
And craft services cover
In 2022, you will need to pay special attention to the handyman deduction. From April 1, 2022, the scheme will be discontinued, and it will no longer be possible to get a deduction for craft services in the home. This means that if you plan to have craft work done in your home, you should do it before April 1, 2022 to be able to claim the deduction.
It is important to be aware that there may be waiting time with the craftsmen, so it may be a good idea to plan the work well in advance if you want to benefit from the deduction. In addition, you should be aware that you can only claim a deduction for work carried out and paid for in 2022.
You should also be aware that the work you have had done before April 1, 2022, must be paid by May 31, 2022, otherwise you cannot get the deduction for it.
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Then we report the deductions, and you get an extra DKK 2,704 back in tax. At the same time, you only pay if you get a tax saving.
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