Some companies that have submitted tax return applications to the Swedish Tax Agency are suspected of participating in the SEK 18 billion fraud case against Denmark.
Ulrika Vretendahl, who serves on behalf of the Swedish Internal Revenue Service, acknowledged the concern that the company would be approved.
Yes, she says, you can think of it.
Together they received a SEK of SEK 64 million from the Swedish Finance Fund in 2015. You probably will not be able to come back when you try to give money to people who go abroad or charge tax. Ulrika Vretendahl and Torsten Fensby are experts in tax evasion.
Can not re-examine it?
Moreover, even if it can be proven that the law was wrongly paid, it seems difficult to reclaim the money purely formally.
We will probably not recount, "says Ulrika Vretendahl.
She therefore welcomes the fact that a report on the new legislation on dividends is expected to be prepared.
The companies involved were rejected because the documents enclosed in the seven applications from 2016 to 2018 did not prove their true identity or owned shares that they claimed to have paid taxes.
Vretendahl says a denied case can be considered a suspicious fraudulent search.
She says it can be seen as trying a cum-ex variant, she says.
The reason is that those who ask for tax reimbursement do not appear to be eligible for dividends.
Cum-ex-business is a complex short-term stock transaction related to the actual dividend date, so you can not believe that the tax authorities are currently holding stocks, so you have the right to reimburse this dividend if you are taxable in another country. Transactions can also be added to counterfeit documents.
Until the TT asks questions about tax refunds for all suspected fraudsters, the tax authorities have not been fully informed of all companies and people allegedly involved in Danish dividend tax fraud. Therefore, this operation did not find a suspicious con artist on his system.
Refuse after warning
However, the seven rejections decided were generally made in Denmark for drafting in January 2016 through the OECD Economic Cooperation Organization. Then the Swedish Tax Agency heard about this type of fraud.
The rejection decision will only show the amount of the application in three cases. The suspects make up the missing 19 million chronos.
Ulrika Vretendahl thinks cum-ex scams should be on the table.
It shows that there is a common problem we have in European countries. I believe that enhanced cooperation between us will help overcome this. And she says that it started with this.