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Work permit in Norway

By May-Liz Rasmussen - Tax advisor 3. May 2018

Is it possible for a foreigner to sign a contract and start work in Norway for a Norwegian employer, without a work permit?

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Topics: Work in Norway

Business in Norway - Avoid sanctions and penalty charges

By Alf M. Bakke-Løyning - Lawyer 26. April 2018

As a foreign multinational doing business in Norway you should be aware of the multitude of compliance obligations you must adhere to. Failure to comply may imply severe sanctions.

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Topics: Corporate Law

How and when can a supplier request access to the documents in a public procurement process?

By Siri-Helen Egeland - Lawyer 19. April 2018

Many suppliers wonder if they need a lawyer to petition for access to documents in a procurement process. The answer is no. Requesting access is something the suppliers can do on their own. How to do it? Keep reading to find out.

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Topics: Public Procurement

Moved to Norway? Moved from Norway? Do I need to report and pay tax to Norway?

By Ragnhild Myren Stephansen - Associate lawyer 12. April 2018

Moving to or from Norway triggers many tax questions. The most common questions are related to Norwegian resident criteria and tax return obligations.

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Topics: Work in Norway

Norwegian National Insurance Scheme

By Ragnhild Myren Stephansen - Associate lawyer 5. April 2018

To be entitled to services from The National Insurance Scheme (NAV) in Norway you must have a compulsory membership, or you must be accepted as a voluntary member upon application. Examples of services provided through The National Insurance Scheme in Norway are treatment by a doctor, psychologist, sick pay, child benefit and pension.

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Topics: Work in Norway

Norwegian tax return: Commuting and commuter expenses

By Christina Fahle - Lawyer 29. March 2018

Do you have to live somewhere else than your real home, to work? Then you may be considered to be a commuter and thereby entitled to several tax deductions in Norway.

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Topics: Work in Norway

5 tax deductions to claim in your Norwegian tax return

By Ragnhild Myren Stephansen - Associate lawyer 22. March 2018

Everyone who has capital or income from work performed in Norway must submit a tax return. The due date for filing your tax return 2017 is 30 April 2018.

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Topics: Work in Norway

Remember to file the extract of accounts to the Norwegian tax administration

By Inger Lise Løvneseth - Partner 16. March 2018

All companies who have assets or receive income in Norway must submit an annual tax return including an extract of accounts related to their Norwegian turnover/activity.

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Topics: Work in Norway

A brief guide to your Norwegian tax return

By Inger Lise Løvneseth - Partner 8. March 2018

Anyone who receives income from work in Norway or on the Norwegian continental shelf is required to file a Norwegian tax return.

The Norwegian tax year coincides with the calendar year, and the tax return must be submitted by 30 April in the year after the income was received. This means that if you work in Norway this year, then you will likely need to file a tax return by 30 April next year.

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Topics: Internasjonal, Work in Norway, Tax return in Norway

Tendering in Norway below EU/EEA-threshold values

By Siri-Helen Egeland - Lawyer 1. March 2018

How do you as an international supplier, access the competitions governed by the strict national rules in Norway?

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Topics: Public Procurement

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