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Opening hours are 09:00 to 15:00 on weekdays.
You can view, order and change your tax deduction card. You must check the information in your tax deduction card and make changes if there are errors.
If you have become a pensioner
When you start taking out a pension, it’s important that you check that the information in your tax deduction card is correct. If your pension income is not listed in your tax deduction card, you must add it. If you’ve previously had a salary income, but no longer expect to have it, you must remove it.
If you’ve taken out a loan with someone else, you must divide loans and interest on loans in the tax deduction card according to the size of your individual share of the loan. If your share of the loan is, for example, 50 percent, you enter 50 percent of the total loans and interest on loans in your tax deduction card.
If you increase your share of the loan, the person you have a joint loan with must decrease their share. If you reduce your share, the other person must increase theirs. In total, the sum of your shares must amount to 100 percent of the loans and interest on loans.
If you’re married, it’s up to you to decide how to divide the loans and interest on loans.
Most people will receive a table-based tax deduction card. If you, for example, have multiple employers or have retired, you should have a percentage-based tax deduction card. If you have a percentage-based card, you cannot change to a table-based card yourself. This is determined by the numbers you enter to ensure that your tax is as correct as possible. As long as the information in your tax deduction card is correct, your tax will be correct.
If you’d like to have more tax deducted than what is specified by your tax deduction card, you can ask your employer to deduct extra tax.
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1-1 For individuals
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3 Vehicles, using a foreign registered vehicle in Norway, customs credits and other excise duties
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Appeal to the Tax Administration
How to go forward with an appeal depends on what you are appealing. In many cases, you can make changes yourself instead of appealing.