Appeal against your tax assessment

You may appeal if you think you have paid too much or too little tax.
The deadline for appeals is six weeks from the date stated on your tax assessment notice.

In January your employer must give you a summary of income, allowance and deductions reported to us for the last year (calendar year). As an online user you can go to Altinn.no to find this information (A08 My income and employments).

   

Remember that if you have underpaid tax, you must pay this by the stipulated date, even if you appeal.

How do I appeal?

You must submit a written appeal stating what you think is incorrect, and why this is the case. You must also include any relevant documentation.

Where do I send the appeal?

  • Have you received salary from a Norwegian employer?
    You can send the appeal by post to the tax office stated on your tax return. Find the address of your tax office.  You can also submit the appeal electronically.
  • Have you received salary from a foreign employer?
    If so, you should send the appeal to Central Office - Foreign Tax Affairs (SFU), P O Box 8031, 4068 Stavanger, Norway.

Have you received salary from both Norwegian and foreign employers in 2014?
If so, you should send the appeal to the tax office stated on your tax return. Find the address of your tax office.

Should you be paying tax in both Norway and your home country?

If you are paying tax on the same income in your home country, you must contact the tax authorities to obtain information about how you can avoid double taxation.

Remember to notify us if you change address

Remember that you are responsible for ensuring we have the address where you receive post. For example, an appeal claiming that we have used an incorrect address will not be successful if you have forgotten to notify us of a change of address.



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