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Practical information from public offices
  • Tax system »

    The public sector in Norway pays for extensive services in the interests of the population, including a public health system under which everyone is entitled to treatment, has a right to education ...

  • Tax deduction card »

    Everyone working in Norway must have a tax deduction card. The tax deduction card shows how much tax your employer should deduct before you are paid. You must give your tax deduction card to your e...

  • Pay slips »

    Each time you are paid, you receive a pay slip from your employer. The pay slip shows how much you have been paid and any tax that has been deducted. The pay slip also acts as a receipt showing tha...

  • Tax return »

    Everyone who works in Norway receices a tax return at the end og the March/beginning of April in the year following the income year. If you do not receive a tax return, you must contact the tax off...

  • Tax settlement »

    When your tax return has been processed by the tax authorities, you will receive a tax settlement notice. It contains information about the income on which the tax assessment is based, how much tax...

  • Obligation to pay taxes in Norway »

    All persons who, pursuant to Norwegian regulations, are resident in Norway are liable to pay tax on all their income and wealth. You become resident for tax purposes if you live in Norway for more ...