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Tone Eid

My name is Tone Eid and I work as a lawyer at the law firm PwC.

I work with global mobility and assist companies and private individuals in connection with cross border work.

I give advise in relation to Norwegian and international personal taxation, and also also assist with general advise in relation to compliance, reward and pension.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me by phone or e-mail.


It’s time to file your tax return. What information are you actually obliged to give?

By Tone Eid , 15-Apr-2016 12:29:45

For many the month of April is synonymous with spring and the first trip out in the boat. However, April is also the month you have to file your tax return! Many of us file our tax return simply by leaving the tax return as it is in Altinn and don’t give it a second thought (filing by silent acceptance). In many situations this works out just fine. But don’t forget that you have an obligation to give the tax authorities all relevant information regarding your financial situation, and that the tax return is the document you should use to fulfill this obligation.

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Areas of interest: Personal and payroll tax

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