Tax Reporting Through SAF-T in Norway
Norwegian companies are required to report tax information using SAF-T
Submit your accounting information through the SAF-T system in Norway
As of January 2020, Norwegian companies must be able to generate the electronic SAF-T file to declare their accounting information. This document will be required on demand by the Norwegian tax authority, “Skatteetaten”.
Electronic reporting through the SAF-T format allows exporting data from accounting books in XML format and aims to facilitate tax compliance, as well as to simplify control processes and external audits.
EDICOM's SAF-T Norway Solution
Our solution integrates with your ERP or accounting system to capture the data required by Skatteetaten.
Integration and Reception
The solution is integrated with the client's ERP or management system to guarantee the traceability of the communications with the tax authorities.
The ledger data from the accounting books, as well as the final SAF-T XML files of the accounting and tax documents, are kept in our eIDAS electronic long term archiving system for the time stipulated by law or if the client wishes.
Information included in the SAF-T file
Company master data
Account specification (general ledger)
Customer information (accounts receivable)
Supplier information (accounts payable)
The company's chart of accounts with its correspondence to a standardized chart of accounts
The company's VAT codes with their correspondence to standard VAT codes
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