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Every year, we help people to complete their tax returns along with applications for compensation and benefits from the Norwegian government.
If you receive a salary, pension or disability benefit you must complete a tax return.
To help to cover the costs of raising a child or if you are a single parent.
You can apply if you are unemployed or have had your working hours reduced.
If you have become completely unemployed, or have reduced your working hours
If you have become completely unemployed, or have reduced your working hours.
Get extra cash support for children between 1 and 2 years of age who do not attend full-time nursery school.
Income compensation to be at home with the child.
If you are ill or injured and unable to work, you may be entitled to sickness benefit pay.
If you have had changes in your financial situation that could change the basis for the tax calculations, it may be a good idea to change and update your tax card.
Which identification number you get as a foreigner depends on your residence permit.
As a foreigner, the social security number you get depends on your residence permit.
Order PIN codes for your MinID to gain access to more than 50 online services from various Norwegian public agencies
Change your address without worry. Anytime and anywhere.
Opening a bank account in Norway has many advantages.
If you intend to use a foreign registered vehicle in Norway, you must apply for a driving permit.
We provide all necessary care to support your decision making process.
Are you going to leave Norway? Leave the worries to us.
The European health insurance card, is called the Helfo card in Norway.
S1 confirms that you have the right to have the necessary health services (covered by the public health system) in your country of residence.
Provides extra health care for your family when you are in Norway
You can apply if you have been a member of the National Insurance for at least 5 years
The Norwegian tax system is based on the principle that everybody pays tax according to their means. This applies not only for individuals and companies too. Anyone earning an income in Norway must pay taxes. This also gives people the right to good social system. The taxes that are paid are put towards public services such as health services (hospitals, nursing homes), education (schools, colleges, universities) transport and communications (roads, railways, airports). The expert team in TECLA can help you ensure you pay the correct tax and ensure you get the most from the social system in Norway.
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