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BREXIT alert: UK nationals – working or are to work in Norway

02.09.2021May-Liz Rasmussen
Performance of work without a residence permit is a legal offence and may lead to a criminal liability for both the employee and employer. The employee may be expelled from Norway and the Schengen-area on the grounds of illegal work.

International Tax Law award winner in Norway 2021

05.08.2021Magnus Legal
We celebrate that our Office Manager in Stavanger, Partner and Legal Tax Adviser Inger Lise Løvneseth, has been elected as International Tax Law award winner in Norway 2021 by IAE group (International Advisory Experts).

The Norwegian parliament adopted the Transparency Act

21.06.2021Magnus Legal
Social sustainability: New Transparency Act will require companies to actively identify and manage negative influence on human rights and working conditions.

Closed border: Does your company need foreign labour in Norway?

14.04.2021May-Liz Rasmussen
Closed borders can be a problem for many companies that depend on labour from abroad.

Tax rates Norway 2021

06.01.2021Inger Lise Løvneseth
The tax percent in Norway depend on the income and it is determined with basic income tax and bracket tax. Find updated rates for 2021.

BREXIT – New regulations for British citizens living or working in Norway

09.09.2020May-Liz Rasmussen
From 1 January 2021 there will be new application procedures for British citizens living or working in Norway. Find out what you should do now.

April 30 is the final deadline to opt out of the withholding tax scheme (2019) – PAYE scheme

27.04.2020May-Liz Rasmussen
Is PAYE tax the most favourable option for you? If in doubt, an option is to apply for an extended due date buying you some extra time to decide.

Tax lawyer Martin Wikborg from the law firm Magnus Legal comments in Sunday Times

09.01.2020Martin Wikborg
Martin Wikborg doubts there will be a rush of wealthy Norwegians moving to the world's first Arctic tax haven.

Tax rates Norway 2020

06.01.2020Inger Lise Løvneseth
The tax percent in Norway depend on the income and it is determined with basic income tax and bracket tax.

Postponed deadline for VAT applications

01.07.2019Synnøve Sørdal
The deadline for refund of Norwegian VAT, is postponed from 30 June to 30 September.