Some of them he slept with more than once, but most were one-timers. In all, he earned just over 24,000 kroner, or $4,150.
Henrik only paid 6,300 kroner ($1,090) in taxes, or 24.2 percent, because he was able to deduct 11,000 kroner ($1,900) for expenses, including his Macbook. He had sex with a client in Croatia when he was there on vacation, and when he returned, he called the tax authorities to ask if he could deduct the cost of the holiday. Flights yes, came the answer, hotel no.
I asked Henrik why his spreadsheet listed the distance he cycled to each client.
“Bike rides,” he says, “are reimbursed half a kroner per kilometer.”
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