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Teresa Sermak Advokatfullmektig | Associate

My name is Teresa Sermak and I work as an associate lawyer in Tax and Legal Services at PwC Oslo.

My area of expertise covers mainly international VAT issues. This relates to cross-border transactions as well as assessment of VAT obligations both in Norway and outside of Norway.

I started in PwC Poland in 2016 and joined PwC Norway in 2017. Prior to that, I gained relevant experience through internships both in the Trade and Investment Promotion Department of the Polish Embassy in Paris as well as the Polish Ministry of Finance.

If you have any questions, comments or input, feel free to contact me!

Jeg heter Teresa Sermak, og jeg jobber som advokatfullmektig i Advokatfirmaet PwC ved Oslo kontoret. Mitt kompetanseområde omfatter hovedsakelig internasjonale mva-problemer. Dette gjelder grenseoverskridende transaksjoner samt vurdering av momsforpliktelser både i Norge og utenfor Norge. Jeg startet å jobbe i PwC Polen i 2016 og begynte i PwC Norge i 2017. Før dette har jeg relevant erfaring gjennom internships både i Handelsavdelingen på den polske ambassaden i Paris, samt i det polske Finansdepartementet. Hvis du har spørsmål, kommentarer eller innspill, ta gjerne kontakt!


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VAT registration obligation in Norway for foreign suppliers?

By Teresa Sermak Advokatfullmektig | Associate , 11-Oct-2017 12:24:43

Goods crossing the Norwegian border are subject to import VAT. Depending on the nature of the goods customs and excise duties may also apply. It is usually a buyer in Norway that will be obliged to clear the goods for customs and pay/report the abovementioned taxes. In some cases a foreign supplier will be obliged to act as importer of record, pay/report the import taxes and even register for VAT in Norway. Under what circumstances will this be the case and what can be done to prevent such an obligation?

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Areas of interest: VAT

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