VAT

Project compliance

When your company is awarded a project in Norway, it’s important to understand the company’s obligations during the project. Depending on the character of a project, statutory obligations can vary.

An typical exemple can be that a foreign company will post its employees to Norway to perform a short-term construction/installation/assembling project. For such a project, following obligations must be done:

Registration of a branch office (NUF) – In order to perform various statutory reports to norwegian authorities, the foreign company is required to registered for example a branch office and obtain an organisation number in Norway.

VAT – The services rendered in the project are VAT-liable when the total revenue exceeds NOK 50 000. The company is obligated to registered for VAT in Norway and file bi-monthly VAT return.

RF-1198/RF-1199 – All assignments/projects awarded to a foreign suplier must be reported in the Assignment and employee register by submitting the form RF-1198/RF-1199

A-melding – wages paid to employees for the work in Norway must be reported in the form A-melding. If the company has A1 form from home country, it can be exempted to pay for national insurance in Norway.

HSE-card – a person working on construction site must have a HSE-card presented.

VAT

Project compliance

When your company is awarded a project in Norway, it’s important to understand the company’s obligations during the project. Depending on the character of a project, statutory obligations can vary.

An typical exemple can be that a foreign company will post its employees to Norway to perform a short-term construction/installation/assembling project. For such a project, following obligations must be done:

Registration of a branch office (NUF) – In order to perform various statutory reports to norwegian authorities, the foreign company is required to registered for example a branch office and obtain an organisation number in Norway.

VAT – The services rendered in the project are VAT-liable when the total revenue exceeds NOK 50 000. The company is obligated to registered for VAT in Norway and file bi-monthly VAT return.

RF-1198/RF-1199 – All assignments/projects awarded to a foreign suplier must be reported in the Assignment and employee register by submitting the form RF-1198/RF-1199

A-melding – wages paid to employees for the work in Norway must be reported in the form A-melding. If the company has A1 form from home country, it can be exempted to pay for national insurance in Norway.

HSE-card – a person working on construction site must have a HSE-card presented.

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