Reporting on time to Norwegian authorities
Avoid fines and deliver correct reports in time
Make sure that employees gets correct tax-return and avoid penalties
Smooth registration of employees
Tax deduction card, Work permission and D-number done by specialists.
Services for expats in Norway
Foreign workers in Norway - labor that crosses borders - represents the greatest need for advice to foreign companies, both because the Norwegian labor market is very strictly regulated, and because there are many different laws and regulations to deal with that are unknown to foreign actors.
Azets help companies and their employees to make sure that everything is handled correctly.
Benefits the employee and the employer.
Brief info about what we assist with
Assistance in preparing an employment contract and assessing whether contracts are in line with current rules, such as:
- Temporary labor
- Minimum wage
- holiday pay
- Other cost allowances and benefits in kind
- Net wages.
Employees placed on assignment in Norway from a foreign employer must carry out an ID check before starting up in a Norwegian workplace.
A time must be agreed for the ID check, and a valid ID, confirmation of the employment relationship and a form for applying for a tax card must be done.
Everyone who gives assignments to foreign contractors in Norway (on land or on the continental shelf) is obliged to report the assignment to the Tax Administration.
Foreign contractors are obliged to report all deployed employees (working conditions) in the same portal.
Everyone who performs work on Norwegian construction sites must carry an HSE card (ID card).
All enterprises that engage in the rental of labor on the Norwegian market, where the rental activity constitutes at least 50% of the total activity in the main enterprise, are obliged to register in the Register for staffing companies with the Norwegian Labor Inspection Authority.
Employees placed on assignment in Norway by a foreign employer will normally be a member of the home country's social security scheme and can therefore apply for exemption from membership in Norwegian social security.
This applies, among other things, to posted workers who are covered by the EEA agreement or are included in the social security agreement Norway has entered into with individual countries.
Possible application for withholding tax
Everyone who has had employees deployed on assignment in Norway is obliged to report salaries and other benefits the employee has earned during the work stay to the Tax Administration (A-melding). This applies regardless of tax liability.
Everyone who has been placed on assignment in Norway must send a tax return to the tax authorities if they have not used the withholding tax scheme.
There is a great need for advice in the HR area as there can be some large differences between Norway's and the home country's legislation.
As an employer of foreign workers in Norway there are many rules to consider and formalities to go through.
Get assistant with your business in Norway and internationally:
Telephone: +47 40 10 40 18
Frequently asked question regarding expats
What is a tax deduction card
What is a Norwegian D-number