After your tax return has been submitted, the Tax Administration will process it. When your tax return has been processed, we’ll prepare a tax assessment. We’ll let you know when your tax assessment is ready.
Unfortunately, we are not able to give you a specific date for when you’ll receive your tax assessment notice, even if you contact us.
If you have overpaid tax, the money will be transferred to your account shortly after you’ve received your tax assessment notice. Most people will receive the money on the same day as the date stated in the tax assessment notice, but it could take up to three weeks before the amount is deposited in the bank account.
If you ended up with underpaid tax, you’ll receive an invoice with payment information well before the due date. You can also find the bank account number and generate a KID number yourself.
If you’re unable to pay all of your underpaid tax by the due date, you can apply for a payment agreement. You must meet all the requirements for a payment agreement to be granted one.
You can view and change your tax deduction card. You cannot enter a certain percentage yourself, as this is decided based on the figures in your tax deduction card. 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 more tax. If you earn NOK 65,000 or less, you may be entitled to an exemption card.
Watch tutorial video on tax deduction card.
Have you received a letter where we ask you to provide account information for an estate of a deceased person?
If you’ve already submitted documentation to register an account for the estate, we’ll contact you once the account has been registered or if we lack information.
If you’ve not registered an account for the estate, you can register or change your bank account number for payments from the Tax Administration.
On 2 June, several more tax offices started to offer ID checks in connection with applications for tax deduction cards, reporting a move to Norway or confirming paternity. Remember to book an appointment in advance. All other tax offices will remain closed until further notice The SUA offices are also open.
Help for foreign workers and their employers
At the Service Centres for Foreign Workers (SUA), foreign workers and their employers will receive guidance and help to complete applications. The service centres are located in Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Kirkenes. The SUA offices are open for booking appointments.
The Norwegian National Collection Agency is part of the Tax Administration. They carry out the collection and enforcement in cases from the police, and they collect on claims on behalf of many clients, for example the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund, Husbanken and the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority.
Telephone: 751 49 000
Postal address: Postboks 455, 8601 Mo i Rana
or use their contact form
The Collection Agency of the Labour and Welfare Administration is part of the Tax Administration. They collect on maintenance payments and incorrect payments following decisions from NAV.
Telephone: 210 51 100
Postal address: Nav innkreving, 9917 Kirkenes
or log in and use their contact form.
The Tax Administration has assumed responsibility for the tax collector's tasks, which were previously held by the municipality. This means that there are no longer tax collectors in the municipality.
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!