How to deduct the right tax - step by step Share Print Thanks! Tell more friends Thanks! Try again Tell a friend Tell a friend Recipient's e-mail Your e-mail Share with: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook 1 Start 2 Check that the payment is more than the minimum amount 3 The employee's national ID number 4 Obtain electronic tax deduction cards for your employees 5 What if an employee does not have a tax deduction card? 6 Employees with D numbers 7 Details in the electronic tax deduction card 8 Tax deduction by table or percentage? 9 What if an employee changes their tax deduction card? 10 How to pay payroll withholding tax 11 Notice to employees 12 Who may obtain tax deduction card data 13 Obligation to retain the employee's tax deduction card 14 Error messages 15 Correcting errors in payroll withholding tax What if an employee does not have a tax deduction card? You will receive a notice from the Tax Administration if an employee does not have a tax deduction card/exemption card. The employee must then order a tax deduction card themselves before you can collect it. If you are still missing a tax deduction card before a payroll run, you can use the employee's tax deduction card from the previous year to deduct tax from payments in January. If you are missing a tax deduction card for payments for the rest of the year, you must deduct 50 per cent in tax on pay and 30 per cent on pensions and other National Insurance payments until the employee has ordered a tax deduction card. Inform the employee about this and ask them to order a tax deduction card/exemption card. PreviousNext Did you find what you were looking for? Thank you for your feedback Yes No Vennligst velg en vurdering What were you looking for? Maks 255 tegn. Kun tall og bokstaver.