Your business

How do I change my information? 

You can change your information under "settings". In case you change your address, we will get notified. 

If you want to change the information regarding your company, you must do this at Virk.dk. 

Log on to the site and click “edit information”, in case you want to correct the information 

If you change the information, and it no longer lives up to our Lunar Business Terms of Use, we might be forced to close down your account.

How do I start a business in Denmark?

Register your business and receive a CVR-number. You can create a business on the Danish Business Authority’s website “Virk”. 

Press ”Start” and log in via NemID 'medarbejdersignatur' or NemID Private. 

Accept the terms and choose “Continue”. Choose the preferred type of company to start registration.

When the registration is complete you’ll receive an email and you can continue on to ordering NemID, NemKonto and creating a digital mailbox. 

How can I change that my business is registered wrong in the CVR-register?

You can view your company’s information in the CVR-register at “Virk”. You can update the information by logging in and choosing “Ret oplysninger”.

If you’ve made changes, but the information hasn’t been updated at “Virk”, it might be due to an error in their systems. In that case, they’ll correct the error within a few days, if you send the following information to the Danish Business Authority’s help center:

  • The CVR-number of the company
  • Your contact information
  • A description of the error you’re experiencing 
Which industrial classification code should I choose?

Your company must be associated with an industrial classification code, before you can register VAT and other duties with the Danish Tax Agency. You can select one principal line and up to three subsidiary lines. The principal line must be the business where your company has the largest turnover.

You can see the industrial classification codes on “Virk Indberet”. If you need to change or assign an industrial classification code to your company you can do so under “Ændre virksomhed” on “Virk Indberet”:

Log in via Ændre Virksomhed på Virk. Choose “Dine virksomheder”. Pick “Ændre” on the company you wish to change or assign an industrial classification code for. Pick “Rediger virksomhed”. Go to the section “Branche” and pick “Rediger”. Look after an appropriate industrial classification code and pick “Vælg”. Choose “Gem ændringer”. Pick a date for the change.

Afterwards, the company must be approved by Virk.

How do I register myself as the real owner in my company? 

To become a Lunar Business customer you must be the sole owner of your business. Therefore, if you own an LLC, only you must be registered as the valid and real owner. 

You can make this registry at Virk.dk by the following the guide below 

  1. Log in to virk.dk (In Danish)
  2. Select “mitVirk”
  3. Press “Edit all Information” 
  4. Select “Change” under “Company” and the tab “Edit company”
  5. Under the “Ownership” section, tap “Edit” 
  6. Choose yourself as the real owner 
  7. Save changes and approve
Do I need to register the ownership?

To prevent tax fraud, money laundering, and terror financing, many Danish companies must register a number of matters regarding their owners. In relation to the types of companies that Lunar can accept, this matter only applies for customers with LLC. Sole proprietorships and PMVs do not need to register the ownership structere of their companies. You can change the ownership at Virk.dk by following the guide below. 

  1. Log in to Virk.dk (In Danish)
  2. Select “mitVirk”
  3. Press “Edit all Information” 
  4. Select “Change” under “Company” and the tab “Edit company”
  5. Under the “Ownership” section, tap “Edit” 
  6. Choose yourself as the real owner 
  7. Save changes and approve

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