Order an exemption card
An exemption card is a tax deduction card that shows that an employer shouldn't deduct tax if you earn NOK 55,000 or less. If you had an exemption card last year, you don't need to apply for a new one. The exemption card will already be available to your employer.
You can order an exemption card from the year in which you turn 13. Parents can't order on behalf of their children. You must order the exemption card in your own name using your own PIN codes. If you're under 13, different rules apply.
Are you an online user?
You must be an online user to order an exemption card. If you apply for an exemption card via our website, you will automatically become an online user. You can't order by telephone.
Help logging in using the ID portal and PIN codes
The ID portal is a common login solution for public services. You can use the login solution to submit your tax return or amend your tax deduction card, for example.
When you use the ID portal, you can choose whether to login using MinID, BankID, Buypass or Commfides.
Skatteetaten.no doesn't have a common login page.
You log in on the page for each individual service.
For example, if you want to log in to view your tax return, you have to go to the page for viewing, amending or submitting tax returns.
Problems logging in or registering?
Choose an exemption card or a tax deduction card?
You can find out whether you need to pay tax or not by using our tax calculator. If the calculated tax amounts to NOK 100 or more, you need to order a tax deduction card.
On the young people, work and tax page, you can find more information about work, employment, tax deduction cards, exemption cards and tax returns.
If you're a foreign worker, these rules apply.
For your own security, we ask you not to specify personal or sensitive information, for instance your Norwegian national identity number or health information. We currently don't offer a chat service for questions regarding value added tax, car duties and other taxes.
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