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Foreign businesses with activities in Norway are required to report their assignments and employees to Norwegian tax authorities. The report is filed through an online portal, or by completing and submitting a paper form named RF-1199 for reporting of contract and RF-1198 for reporting of employees.
A need for additional labour on a project is often met by employing hired labour. As a client, you should be aware of the risk of joint and several liability.
Are you a foreign company, having employees working in Norway? Make sure you are compliant when calculating and paying the employer’s National Insurance contributions.
Whether you are planning a business trip to Norway, relocating or setting up a new business here, an understanding of the common Norwegian and of Norwegian business culture, could really help you off to a good start. This is key to quickly build a sustainable business and to settle in.
From 20 April, it is possible to apply for cash support from the Norwegian state for losses companies have suffered as a result of the Corona crisis.
Topics: Corona virus
As an employer, it is important that you know the legislation for both calculation and payment of holiday pay in Norway. Mistakes may have financial consequences and could also lead to loss of reputation for your company.
Topics: Labour Law
VAT must be paid on purchase of services from abroad If the services are VAT liable in Norway.
Updated 16 April 2020: We receive many questions from both employers and employees about the right to self-report / sick leave and sickness benefits, as well as care leave in case of child illness in connection with absence due to coronavirus.
As a main rule, all businesses operating in Norway must file a corporate tax return by 31 May. Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the deadline is postponed for three months this year, from 31 May to 31 August.