The item concerns everyone who:
- has units in unit trusts and who has received dividends/yields and/or
- has children aged under 17 during the income year who own units in security funds and mixed funds and who have received dividends/yields.
Any yield from units in Norwegian bond and money market funds must be entered under item 3.1.2.
The item will not apply to you if you receive a foster home allowance. If the foster home has the character of adoption and you do not receive a foster home allowance for the child, the item will also apply to you if the child has received dividends/yields.
If you do not live with the child's mother/father
If the parents do not live together, it is the parent who the child lives with, according to the National Registry at the end of the income year, who must enter the yield.
If the child is living with you and you are married, the child's yield will be split between you and your spouse. If your spouse is not the child's biological parent, they can transfer the entire yield to you.
The item will normally be pre-completed with the relevant dividends/yields. The amounts will be based on what was reported by your management company/companies, so you should check that everything is correct.
The amounts you should perform the check against will be shown in the annual statement you receive from your management company/companies in January.
If the amount shown is wrong, you must change it in the tax return. You should also contact your management company/companies to ensure that the annual statement is correct.
Information is missing
If you own units in security funds and mixed funds which have not been pre-completed in your tax return, you must complete form RF1059 Shares and units in funds etc. (in Norwegian only) and item 3.1.7.
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