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Salary, Taxes & Living cost in Copenhagen, Denmark

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agrpreeti
8/30/2017 09:38 EST

Hello Friends,
I am being interviewed for a sales tax manager position in denmark. I want to know what is the standard salary from big companies like EY, PWC in denmark. What is the living cost (rented house, fooding , car etc.). How much is income tax or other social taxes. Do we find indian food/grocery easily there? thanks for your help.

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