On this page you will learn more on e-invoicing in Norway. Understand the compliance requirements and discover the country its e-invoicing model, network and infrastructure.
2011: All central authorities are required to receive and process invoices electronically.
2012: Suppliers of central government entities are required to send invoices electronically.
April 2019: Directive 2014/55/EU transposed: all public entities must be able to receive and process electronic invoices in accordance with the European Standard on e-invoicing (EN-16931).
2020: Companies and public administrations must be registered in the ELMA registry (a Peppol Service Metadata Publisher) in order to be able to send and receive electronic invoices.
January 2022: New electronic tax reporting in place for all companies (national and foreign) with a revenue of 50,000 NOK (€4,975) during the last fiscal year.
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