Foreign companies without a place of business that is selling taxable goods or services in Norway are required to register the business in the Norwegian VAT register.
In addition to the maintenance and storage of records and the submission of a VAT report to the Norwegian Tax Administration, compliance with the requirement includes the maintenance and storage of records. This means that foreign businesses with a requirement to register in the VAT register will also need to have compatible accounting systems that can exchange accounting data in accordance with the SAF-T format as a result of the introduction of SAF-T and the requirement to submit accounting information to the Norwegian Tax Administration in a specific data format.
Foreign companies operating in Norway without a place of business must register for VAT via a Norwegian based VAT representative.
Only CPAs approved by The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway can run for VAT rep.
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The standard obligations for filing tax returns, salary reporting, and other related documents are generally followed in addition to the VAT report if the company has a place of business in Norway. A company's presence in Norway is determined by the Norwegian Tax Administration.