Characteristics of the electronic invoice in Norway

The electronic invoice in Norway is only mandatory in the public sector for public administrations and their suppliers. Although it is not mandatory in the private sector its use is widespread. 

Tax Authority

Tax Authority

Skattetaten.

 

Required Administrative Transactions

Required Administrative Transactions

Companies and public administrations must be registered in the ELMA platform to send and receive electronic invoices. ELMA acts as the SMP in the PEPPOL network in Norway.  

Format

Format

Invoices can be issued in the PEPPOL BIS 3.0 format or in the national EHF Billing 3.0 format. 

Digital Signature

Digital Signature

Not mandatory.

Archiving

Archiving

5 years.

Tax Compliance requirements

Tax Compliance requirements

Norwegian companies must send their accounting information through the Norewgian SAF-T

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