The amount of dividends with 20 percent tax a small business owner can collect depends on the size of the share capital and on the company’s total salary amount (including the owner’s own salary) according to the 3:12 rules. This is a preliminary calculation to see roughly what you can get out in low-taxed dividends. How many partners you are and your expense amount are things that affect the distribution space. You should therefore also make a more accurate calculation based on your own circumstances.
What year do you take your salary?
The simplification rule (flat rate rule) is better than other rules. You can then charge a low-taxed dividend on 0 kr. Please note that this rule may only be used for one company per person.