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Bjørnar Elverhøy Michaelsen

Jeg heter Bjørnar Elverhøy Michaelsen og jobber som advokat i Advokatfirmaet PwC. Jeg jobber til daglig med å bistå næringsdrivende med rådgivning om merverdiavgift. Dette er et område med et komplisert regelverk, stadige lovendringer og omfattende praksis. Det er fort gjort å gjøre feil som fører til betydelige kostnader.

Jeg har lang og bred erfaring innen merverdiavgift, og kan bidra med profesjonell bistand knyttet til merverdiavgiftsmessige utfordringer. Målet mitt er å gi råd som bidrar til å spare unødige kostnader, og til å skape verdier hos virksomhetene. De siste årene har jeg opparbeidet meg betydelig erfaring med momsutfordringer innen næringseiendom og finansiell sektor.

Ta gjerne kontakt med meg for en hyggelig og uforpliktende prat om moms!

Bjørnar is an experienced VAT specialist and he gives advice on national VAT issues.

Bjørnar has special expertise in tax issues related to real property, including rental operations, property development, construction, purchase and sale. Bjørnar assists with questions related to mapping of the business, review rental conditions, review of rental contracts, compliance with documentation requirements, deduction of input VAT, preparation of cost allocation rules, formal requirements for the issuance of invoices, accrual of VAT etc. Bjørnar can also help with information and advice on adjustment rules that apply to property.

Bjørnar has extended experience within the FS sector dealing with VAT aspects especially of insurance companies, banks and leasing companies. Items like pro-rata calculation, optimization of tax exemptions especially within outsourcing structures are included.


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VAT treatment of management of funds – new guidelines

By Bjørnar Elverhøy Michaelsen , 06-Dec-2016 12:00:12

It is certain that management of investment funds is exempt from VAT. However, there has been some doubt as to the correct VAT treatment of parties that supply services directed at private equity- and venture capital funds. In order to tackle this uncertainty, The Norwegian Tax Administration has now issued new guidelines on how the exemption shall be interpreted. The changes stipulated will take effect as of 1st January 2017.

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Areas of interest: VAT

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