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Tax return to Norway

Everyone who works in Norway or on the Norwegian continental shelf, unless persons taxed under the PAYE Scheme, is liable to submit a tax return to the Norwegian Tax Administration.

 

The Norwegian tax year runs from 1 January to 31 December. The tax return must be completed by 30 April the year following the income year. The tax return provides an overview of your income, deductions, wealth and debts.

Our tax return services:

  • Tax return - completion and submission
  • Support to staff on offshore installations
  • Support to staff on ships
  • Seafarers' deduction
  • Artists and sportsmen taxation
  • Support to foreign employers
  • Interpretation of tax treaties
  • Norwegian National Insurance Scheme
  • Assistance to Norwegians abroad
  • Expatriation assistance
  • One man enterprise
  • Labour hiring
  • Settlement regulations
  • EU / EEA commuting

Get help with your personal tax return

The deadline for submitting personal tax returns 2023 is 20 April, 2024.

 

Kindly place your order at your earliest convenience. Orders received after April 20th, 2024, may not be processed before May 31th, 2024.  After the deadline, we cannot guarantee a submission date, but we will endeavor to process your order as promptly as possible.

  • Complete and enclose the forms “Information for tax purpose”(non residents) or “Tax questionnaire” (tax residents) and “Power of attorney” using our ordering page.
  • If you have any additional information that may affect your Norwegian assessment, please use the “notes” box to clarify.
  • For non-tax residents, we can offer a fixed fee for this service, which is NOK 6 800, all charges included. If you pay by card when ordering, we grant a discount of NOK 300.
  • For Norwegian tax residents, please contact us for a fee estimate, as the fixed fee does not apply to this group. If you are uncertain about your tax residence status, please reach out to us for assistance. Also, feel free to explore our blog for FAQ regarding Norwegian residency criterias
  • You will receive a copy of the documents along with a preliminary tax calculation.
  • For questions, please contact us by phone +47 55 29 90 00 or email taxreturn@magnuslegal.no

Download tax return guide

Make sure you include all deductions and earnings in your annual income tax return to Norway. Leaving out information may lead to increased tax, penalties or fines. In this guide, we will highlight various issues that foreigners working in Norway or on the Norwegian continental shelf should pay careful attention to.

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Download Norwegian Wealth Tax guide

What is Norwegian Wealth Tax and do you have to pay it? Download our free guide and get insight and details about what this tax entails.

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Norwegian National Insurance Scheme

When you come to Norway to work you will usually become member of the mandatory Norwegian National Insurance Scheme from your first day of work. EEA citizens are obliged to pay National Insurance contributions when working on board Norwegian vessels. However, exceptions may apply due to bilateral agreements between Norway and other countries. You can be exempted if you work on board a foreign-flagged vessel.

If you work onshore for a foreign employer, you may be allowed to maintain membership of the National Insurance Scheme in your home country. If so, you may be exempted in Norway.

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