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Falske e-poster fra en "skatteinspektør" i omløp

OBS! Skatteetaten får meldinger om falske e-poster fra en "skatteinspektør" som har spørsmål til "skattedeklarasjonen din". Dette er et forsøk på svindel og identitetstyveri. IT-Sikkerhetsavdelingen hos Skatteetaten advarer også om at vedlegget i phishing e-posten kan inneholde en ondsinnet kode. Ikke åpne vedlegget. Slett e-posten.

Telephone us on 800 80 000

Callers from abroad, please call +47 22 07 70 00. For English menu, press 9.

Opening hours are 09:00 to 15:00.

Calls placed to 800 80 000 from a landline inside Norway are free of charge. From a mobile and for international calls, your own subscription rates apply. You can also call +47 22 07 70 00 at local rates from your mobile in Norway.

Going to the tax office? You need to book an appointment

From 25 June you no longer have to wait in line at the Tax office. Skatteetaten has introduced mandatory appointment booking.

You only have to go to the tax office if you're going to an ID control when immigrating, if you want to apply for a tax deduction card but lack a valid D number, if you want to report that you've moved to Norway, or if you want to confirm paternity.  If you still need to attend at the tax office, you have to book an appointment. 

Please note that not all tax offices offer ID-control.

Chat with us

Opening hours: 09:00 to 15:00 on weekdays.

We currently don't offer a chat service for questions regarding value added tax, car duties and other taxes.

Ask us at Facebook

You can post questions on our wall at our Facebook page "Skatten min" /"My tax",(for wage earners and pensioners). 

On our Facebook Page for small businesses "Skatten min Bedrift"/ "My Business Tax" we answer questions from sole proprietorships and small businesses about tax, tax returns and The Business Tax Return.

Our advisers answer questions from 09:00 to 15:00 on weekdays.

Write to us: e-mail or chat

Do you have a question, or need help? You can send us an e-mail or get an immediate reply on chat.

Tax office

You only have to go to the tax office if you

  • are going to an ID control when immigrating,
  • have a D number and want to apply for a tax deduction card,
  • want to notify us that you've moved to Norway, or
  • want to confirm paternity.

For all other inquiries, you'll get help faster if you contact us via chat, phone or Facebook. If you still want to go to a tax office, you have to book an appointment in advance. Please note that not all tax offices offer ID controls.

 

Help for foreign wage-earners and their employers

At the Service Centre for Foreign Workers (SUA), foreign wage-earners and their employees can get advice and help with applications. The Service Centre has offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Kirkenes. You have to book an appointment in advance.

 

Tax collection office

If you have questions about payment, invoices or property tax, you need to contact the tax collector in your municipality. You will find the address, telephone number and payment account details for municpal tax collectors here.

 

Appeal to Skatteetaten

There are different procedures depending on what you are appealing. In most cases you can change the tax return yourself, instead of submitting an appeal.

Work in the Norwegian Tax Administration?

Do you want to work in a significant government agency with the opportunity to be part of a strong, substantial and educational professional enviromment, working with tasks that are relevant for society?  Welcome to the Norwegian Tax Administration! 

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