Norwegian Standard Audit File – Tax (SAF-T) from 1 January 2020
The Ministry of Finance have decided that SAF-T will be voluntary until January 1, 2020, at which point it will become mandatory to deliver on SAF-T format for all bookkeeping entities (i.e. subject to the Bookkeeping Act).
SAF-T: A New Era for Accounting, Tax and VAT
The Norwegian Tax Authorities will use the SAF-T file to perform controls and tax audits. Their long-term strategy for SAF-T is to replace other reporting activities, such as, VAT forms, tax filings etc.
The Norwegian Tax Authorities have proposed that, as of 1 January 2017, entities subject to the Bookkeeping legislation in Norway will be obliged to submit the SAF-T in case of audits and controls by the Tax Authorities.
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