Do you live in another Nordic country and have interest income/pay interest expenses in Denmark?
This applies to you who live in another Nordic country and and receive interest income from Norway, or pay interest to a creditor in Denmark. The information deals only with taxation of this income/expenditure.
When you live in another Nordic country, interest income from a Danish payer is not liable to taxation in Denmark.
The term "interest" means interest on claims, including interest on bank deposits etc. and bonds.
If you are subject to limited tax liability on earned income, you are not entitled to deduct interest expenses in Denmark. However, if you meet the conditions of the cross-border worker rule, you may deduct interest expenses. Reference is made to the section "Cross-border worker rule" under "Do you live in another Nordic country and do you work in Denmark for a private employer?".
If you are subject to limited tax liability on property in Denmark, you may deduct your interest expenses.