Shipping agents can use daily settlement free of charge.
Paying daily settlements
You must pay daily settlements on the first working day after customs clearance. You are responsible for paying the correct amount by the due date yourself. This applies even if you have not received a customs clearance summary.
Payments must be received by a Norwegian bank by no later than the due date. If you make payments from abroad, the amount must be cleared in the tax office's bank account by no later than the due date. You can also pay daily settlement invoices in cash to the customs regions
The importer or exporter is responsible for paying duties and taxes.
What happens if I pay after the due date?
You are responsible for keeping track of the amount you have to pay. If the outstanding amount is not paid, your permit for daily settlement may be revoked immediately and without advance notice. In the event of late payment, you will also have to pay interest. If your enterprise is no longer creditworthy or other conditions cease to be met, your daily settlement permit may be revoked.
Relationship to customs debtors
The daily settlement scheme does not alter the responsibility of the importer/exporter to pay customs duties and taxes. Shipping agents must therefore notify their clients that this responsibility does not lapse even if they have paid advances on customs duties and taxes to the shipping agent.