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The Norwegian Tax Administration (Skatteetaten): Norway Introduces Transitional Provisions to Ease April 1st VAT Compliance for Foreign E-Commerce Sellers

Category: Business News

Transitional provisions In recognition of the short timeframe until 1 April 2020, Norway will introduce transitional provisions to ease compliance in the implementation period. Online stores and marketplaces may on request be given time to make necessary technical system adjustments needed to provide necessary shipment information with the VOEC consignments and to calculate and collect […]

Source: The Norwegian Tax Administration

Published: March 9, 2020


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Skatteetaten: 350-kronersgrensen avvikles

Category: Business News

Fra 2020 har regjeringen foreslått å avvikle 350-kronersgrensen for avgiftsfritak for varer fra utlandet. Når nye regler er innført vil varer som handles over nett ilegges samme avgifter som varer kjøpt i norske butikker.  Etter dagens regler er varer med verdi under 350 kroner fritatt fra avgifter og toll. Stortinget har vedtatt å fjerne avgiftsfritaket […]

Source: Skatteetaten

Published: December 11, 2019


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SSB: Tax statistics for personal tax payers

Category: Business News

The statistics for personal taxpayers give an overview of taxable income, income deductions and taxable assets, as well as taxes and tax allowances for people with a tax obligation in Norway. The statistics are based on data from the Norwegian Tax Administration. Click HERE to see the updated statistics.

Source: SSB


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– Lær grensehandelspolitikk av Danmark!

Business

Category: Food & Beverage

Ferske tall fra SSB viser at grensehandelen fortsatt er på et rekordhøyt nivå. – Dette vil bare fortsette dersom politikerne ikke evner å iverksette tiltak. Norske politikere bør lære av Danmark og se hvilke grep de har tatt for å kontrollere grensehandelen. Det sier administrerende direktør Petter Nome i Bryggeri- og drikkevareforeningen (BROD). I morges […]

Source: BROD


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Norway Makes First Deposit to Huge Wealth Fund Since 2016

Business

Category: Financial / Investment

Norway made the first deposit to its $1 trillion wealth fund in almost three years as climbing oil prices and a recovering economy again swell the coffers of western Europe’s biggest crude producer. The Finance Ministry put 1.9 billion kroner ($230 million) into the fund in June, cutting withdrawals this year to 7.9 billion kroner, […]

Source: Bloomberg


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