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Norway – new dynamic “eVAT return” from January 1, 2022

Norway is undertaking a major digitisation project to create a more effective administration of the VAT system. One of the major changes is a new dynamic electronic VAT return based on standard SAF-T ...Continued

Norway extends reduced VAT rate cut

Norway’s Ministry of Finance has confirmed it wishes to extend the temporary reduced VAT rate reduction until 30 September 2021. ...Continued

Norway cuts 12% reduced VAT rate to 6%; delays returns on COVID-19 crisis

The Norwegian government has cut its reduced VAT rate from 12% to 7% between March and October 2020. The rate applies to cinema admission, public transport, hotel accommodation services, entrance to c...Continued

Norway confirms no UK Brexit Fiscal Representative

The Norwegian Ministry of Finance has confirmed that UK businesses with a direct VAT registration in Norway will not be obliged to appoint a Fiscal Representative...Continued

Norway SAF-T digital filing replaces VAT return 2022

Norway is to mandate SAF-T VAT reporting, including direct digital submission from accounting systems, to replace the current manual VAT filing from 2022. The notification was contained within Skattei...Continued

Norway scraps import VAT; new import VAT filing; marketplace obligations

Norway is to withdraw the VAT-free threshold of 350 NOK on imported packages to consumers from 1 April 2020. It has already removed the threshold on 1 January 2020 on foodstuffs, restricted goods and ...Continued