Doing Business in Norway – unlock the secrets with specialist AAB training
For all UK companies operating in Norway, planning for and managing potentially complex job costings and compliance management can be a time consuming and confusing journey into the unknown with hidden traps and pitfalls along the way. Armed with the... Read more
Blog2nd May 2017
For all UK companies operating in Norway, planning for and managing potentially complex job costings and compliance management can be a time consuming and confusing journey into the unknown with hidden traps and pitfalls along the way.
Armed with the relevant knowledge and through learning from the experiences of other businesses, advanced planning and management of expectations can reduce the risks and maximise the rewards of doing business in Norway.
Anderson Anderson & Brown’s (AAB) new specialist training course “Doing Business in Norway” is positioned to support businesses to prepare, plan and save costs through the efficient management of business processes and administration on Norwegian projects and businesses.
This course will be beneficial for both business support professionals such as human resources and finance and non-financial professional advisors as well as any other personnel who are included 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)
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 employees and the business.
AAB’s “Doing Business in Norway” training course will be running on Tuesday 13 June 2017 at AAB’s flagship offices at Prime Four Business Park, Kingswells. More information on this specialist training course and how to book a place can be viewed here.