Michaela Merz


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Norway – Registration obligation for non-resident companies as of 1st of April 2020 for delivery of more than USD 5,500 in B to C sales


From 1 April 2020, the Norwegian government is proposing to make changes to the Value Added Tax (VAT) rules that apply to non-resident businesses selling and shipping directly to consumers in the country. Weiterlesen


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Norway: Foreign suppliers of Electronic Services (B2C) are required to register for VAT through a simplified VAT registration scheme (VOES)


Norway introduced VAT on supplies from abroad of electronic services to consumers (B2C) as from 1 July 2011. VAT is collected through a simplified registration arrangement, called the VOES-scheme, similar to the MOSS scheme in the EU. Reporting of output VAT is done electronically on a quarterly basis, but VAT recovery is not possible through the scheme. Supplies of electronic services to Norwegian businesses (B2B) is VAT taxable on the purchasers hand via the reverse charge mechanism. Weiterlesen


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Norway – Installation lead to VAT registration obligation – current court decision


We experience that foreign Entrepreneurs believe that VAT in Norway on supplies of goods with installation can be handled by B2B customer on a reverse charge basis, similar to the VAT treatment in most EU countries. Sadly, since Norway is not a member of the EU, the reverse charge mechanism is not applicable, and the supplier will in most cases be obliged to register for VAT in Norway and charge Norwegian VAT to its customer. Weiterlesen


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Norway – SAF-T introduction probably postponed till 1 of January 2019


Referring to the last information about SAF-T, I would like to come back with an update:

The Norwegian Tax Authorities have published a new statement about the possible full implementation of the SAF-T in Norway (not only as a voluntary scheme). Weiterlesen


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Norway – SAF-T status update


The Standard Audit File for Tax is increasingly adopted within European countries. Even if SAF-T in Norway has been subject to preparatory works and an ongoing debate since 2014, it still raises a lot of questions due to lack of information from the tax authorities. Weiterlesen


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Norway – SAF-T as form 1 of January 2018


438063_web_r_by_tim-caspary_pixelio-deThe next country who requires provision of data in standardised way is Norway: based on the initial suggestion made by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance, companies must be ready to send accounting information in the SAF-T Format to the tax authorities upon their request (e.g. in case of a tax audit). Weiterlesen


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Norway – The new VAT return (mva-meldingen) is replacing the current form (omsetningsoppgave for merverdiavgift) as per 1.1. 2017


288396_web_r_k_b_by_stephanie-hofschlaeger_pixelio-deAccounting system, accounts, VAT codes and customs clearance systems must be updated and make compatible with the new VAT return. This is necessary in order to extract figures specified according to the 19 items in the VAT return. Upgrade of the ERP is unavoidable.

The deadlines for submission and payment will remain unchanged. Weiterlesen