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You have received this statement because you owe or have owed money to the Norwegian Tax Administration. The statement shows what you owed us as at 31 December 2022, and what you paid in interest in 2022. The amount will be pre-filled in your tax return as underpaid tax for previous years. 

If you wish to pay outstanding debts or see how much you owe, you can log in to “View your claims and payments“ or order a balance statement.

Most people will receive a table-based tax deduction card. If you’re a pensioner or have multiple employers, you should have a percentage card. You can also choose to change from a table-based card to a percentage card.

You can view, order and change your tax deduction card.You cannot choose the percentage rate on your tax deduction card. The percentage rate is decided based on the numbers you enter. 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 70,000 or less, you may be entitled to an exemption card.

See a short film about tax deduction card (in Norwegian only)

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 on 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 need to change the advance tax for 2022, you can change it online up to and including 14 December 2022. If you need to change the advance tax for 2022 after this date, you must fill in and submit the form RF-1102 via our contact form or send it to us by post. The advance tax for 2022 can be changed until March 2023.

See a short film about advance tax (in Norwegian only).

Information about moving and how to do it – whether you are moving within Norway, to Norway, from Norway, or changing your postal address.

Important information

Opening hours

Opening hours for telephone (800 80 000), chat and Facebook are 09:00 to 15:00 on weekdays.
The opening hours vary from tax office to tax office.

You must book an appointment before you go to a tax office. You can only book an appointment for services that require your attendance at a tax office.

Chat with us

Telephone us on 800 80 000

Callers from abroad, please call +47 22 07 70 00.

For English menu, press 9.

When you call us, you will hear 2 menu options. You do not need to wait until all the voice messages have finished before you press a key for an option. 

1-1 For questions regarding payment of underpaid tax or tax refund
1-2 For questions regarding tax
1-3 For questions on moving, marriage, names and other National Population enquiries
1-4 For other questions
1-4-1 For questions regarding the A-melding,
1-4-2 For questions regarding vehicles, using a foreign registered vehicle in Norway, customs credits and other excise duties
1-4-3 For questions regarding VAT
1-4-4 For other questions

2-1 For questions regarding tax payments, tax refunds and employer's national insurance contribution
2-2 For questions regarding tax
2-3 For questions regarding VAT
2-4 For other questions
2-4-1 For questions regarding the A-melding
2-4-2 For questions regarding vehicles, using a foreign registered vehicle in Norway, customs credits and other excise duties
2-4-3 For questions on moving, marriage, names and other National Population enquiries
2-4-4 For other questions

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.

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Skatten min (My tax) - for wage earners and pensioners

Skatten min Bedrift (My Business Tax) - for small businesses

Write to us

We receive many enquiries at the moment, so it may take time before you hear from us. You will receive a response faster by calling us or chatting with us online.

You can’t email us. If you want to write us, you must log in and send a message via Altinn or by post to:

Skatteetaten
Postboks 9200 Grønland
0134 Oslo
Norway

Important information

Tax offices

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.

Contact information:

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.

Contact information:

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!