Child and youth allowance: With effect from 1 January 2014, child and youth allowance will be paid out via Udbetaling Danmark as is the case in the home service. This applies irrespective of whether staff are posted prior to or after 1 January 2014.
An allowance confirmation letter from Udbetaling Danmark will be sent every year primarily to the mother’s e-Boks, but may also be sent to the father’s. You will find all contact made to you by public authorities in Denmark in e-Boks by choosing post from all “public authorities”.
SU and other state-financed services: (applicable only for posted staff prior to 1 January 2014). For children or spouses who receive SU, other state-financed services (for example unemployment benefits, cash benefits), or if the child through income of its own (full-time, part-time, student as well as other jobs) supports itself in whole or in part, parts of your location allowance will cease to exist or be reduced.
You are under an obligation to inform HR/Udeteam on these matters by forwarding documentation to this effect.
During the posting abroad, the posted staff member will continue to be subject to tax on salary, i.e. grade salary as well as any pensionable allowances that are paid during the posting.
Location allowance and relocation allowance will not be liable to tax, cf. section 7 no. 15 of the Tax Assessment Act
You must discuss any private tax issues with your local tax centre.