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Norway's Tax Blog – tax, VAT and legal matters

Norway's Tax Blog – tax, VAT and legal matters

Therese Karoline Larsen

Jeg heter Therese Karoline Larsen og jeg jobber som advokat og partner i Advokatfirmaet PwC. Mitt spesialområde er alle de skattespørsmål som kan oppstå i arbeidsgiver-/arbeidtakerforhold og for oss som personer. Eksempler på områder jeg jobber mye med er arbeidsgiverplikter som rapportering, forskuddstrekk og arbeidsgiveravgift, beskatning av lønn og fordeler, representasjon/kundepleie, incentiv- og bonusordninger, naturalytelser, reiseregninger, firmabilbeskatning, arbeid/virksomhet over landegrensene og mye, mye mer. Jeg har jobbet med dette området siden 2002, og jeg har erfaring fra både Oslo likningskontor og Skattebetalerforeningen.

Jeg blogger fordi jeg synes at det jeg jobber med er spennende og jeg elsker jobben min! Jeg vil gjerne dele min entusiasme for mitt fagområde med andre og spre kunnskap videre. Skatteregler trenger også et kritisk øye, noe jeg gjerne gir.


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Doing business in Norway - how to comply with Norwegian tax rules..?!

By Therese Karoline Larsen , 01-Jul-2016 14:10:48

Complying with Norwegian tax, immigration and reporting rules can be a challenge for foreign companies with cross border activity in Norway. We have developed an information pamphlet where you will find an overview of the obligations in respect of having employees in Norway. Did you know that reporting obligations apply as soon as you have employees present in Norway who are not only on a short business trip? Actually the obligations apply to the same extent as if you were to establish the business permanently in Norway.

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Areas of interest: Personal and payroll tax

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Taxation of shareholder loans as dividends

By Therese Karoline Larsen , 14-Mar-2016 22:44:56

On the 7th of October 2015 The Norwegian Parliament introduced new rules for the taxation of loans from limited liability companies to personal shareholders. The legal basis is the Norwegian Tax Act § 10-11 4th term, and implies that a loan from the company to the shareholder shall be considered as a taxable dividend and be taxed according to the shareholder model - regardless of the reality of the loan.

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Areas of interest: Personal and payroll tax

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