Submitting a tax return for a company

Anyone who has assets or receives income in Norway must submit a tax return. This obligation applies even if the company disputes its obligation to pay tax to Norway.

You must submit your tax return electronically by 31 May. From the income year 2015 it is no longer possible to submit your tax return on paper.

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Mandatory forms:

  • Tax return for private limited companies (RF-1028)
  • Income statement 2 (RF-1167) (only in Norwegian)

The Business Tax Return is a new electronic form of submission for businesses with simple tax circumstances. If the service is suitable for your business, we recommend that you use it when reporting.

Foreign companies must also submit the following form:

For more information, see the Start help, which provides guidance for completing the tax return.


Norwegian companies must also submit the following forms:

Other relevant forms:

Other information:

  • Relevant information from the company may also be attached.

Deadlines

The deadline for submitting a tax return electronically via www.altinn.no is 31 May.

The consequences of not submitting a tax return could be:

  • discretionary setting of income
  • imposition of supplementary tax
  • reporting to the police

Tax settlement

Tax settlements will be sent out in October. Read more about tax settlements



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