Doing Business in Norway – Tax Training
Norway has an exciting and prosperous outlook for 2018 and beyond with an increase in activity expected in the oil and gas sector. Statoil have announced it is looking at drilling 25 to 30 wells in Norway in 2018. Norway…
Blog17th Jan 2018
Norway has an exciting and prosperous outlook for 2018 and beyond with an increase in activity expected in the oil and gas sector. Statoil have announced it is looking at drilling 25 to 30 wells in Norway in 2018. Norway is also looking at diversification from the oil and gas sector growing the renewables, e-commerce, healthcare, aluminium industries and fisheries.
With this in mind, UK companies operating in Norway, or considering expansion or entering the Norway market for the first time should ensure their Norway activities are properly planned for and managed. The optimism and outlook for Norway provides an opportunity to proactively and efficiently ensure the activities are structured and costed appropriately and any risks are minimised.
Anderson Anderson & Brown’s (AAB) specialist training course “Doing Business in Norway” is aimed at supporting businesses to prepare, plan and save costs through the efficient management of business processes and administration on Norwegian operations.
This course will be beneficial for both business support professionals such as human resources, legal, contracts, finance and non-financial professional advisors as well as any other personnel who are involved in Norwegian business who are looking to improve their knowledge in:
- Norwegian corporation tax
- Norwegian employment taxes
- Norwegian social security coverage and exemptions
- Management of Norwegian tax in the UK payroll
- Other in-country reporting requirements
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- Customs duties
The course is designed for businesses looking to expand their Norwegian operations or who already undertake activities in Norway by providing an increased awareness of the tax compliance requirements and impact on the business and its employees.
The course is schedule to run on Wednesday 21st February 2018 from 9am – 12noon. The cost of the course is £350 per person, £300 for each additional delegate per organisation (excluding VAT). Further information can be obtained from Helen Brown.