Submission of tax return from the system will be the main solution for self-employed/businesses
Most businesses must submit the tax return in a "standardised digital format". The reason for the changes is to simplify the submission of tax information.
What will the change mean for you
From and including the income year 2023, most sole proprietorships/self-employed persons and all companies must submit a tax return in a standard format via accounting and annual settlement programs.
For the self-employed/businesses who are already using an accounting or an annual settlement program, the changes will be minimal. The accounting and annual settlement program suppliers that offer the functionality of submitting tax returns must make the necessary adjustments.
Sole proprietorships/self-employed persons with a turnover not exceeding NOK 50,000 will still be able to provide information on the total operating revenues and total operating expenses without further specification.
Some sole proprietorships/self-employed persons with a turnover exceeding NOK 50,000 will have the opportunity to submit via a new solution. This applies to sole proprietorships that do not have an accounting or auditing obligation, as well as certain business sectors. The sole proprietorships that are not covered by the new solution must, from and including the income year 2022, submit via an accounting or annual settlement program.
For the income year 2022, it will no longer be possible to submit a tax return and RF forms directly via skatteetaten.no and Altinn.
Private limited companies, etc. can either choose to submit forms directly via skatteetaten.no and Altinn or via an accounting or annual settlement program.
From the income year 2023, the private limited companies, etc. must submit via an accounting or annual settlement program.
Business assessed as partnerships can either submit the company tax return with attachments via skatteetaten.no and Altinn, or via an accounting or annual settlement program for the income year 2022.
From and including the income year 2023, businesses assessed as partnerships must submit via an accounting or annual settlement program.
The Ministry of Finance has issued new regulations for the submission of the tax return for businesses. The reason for the amendment is that the Tax Administration is developing new solutions that will simplify the submission of tax information.