From the Norwegian Tax Administration
The Tax return for wealth and income tax – personal self-employed persons, etc. must be submitted by everyone who has carried on commercial activity during the tax assessment year.
You will find the tax return partly pre-completed in your inbox. The first time you open the tax return, you will be asked to select an income statement. If you later wish to change the income statement, open a new version.
If you discover that you have to alter information in the tax return because you have made an error or received new or revised information for the 2018 income year, you no longer need to appeal in order to have the information corrected. You can re-submit the tax return with any attachments instead.Start service
The deadline for submitting the Tax return for wealth and income tax – personal self-employed persons, etc. is 31 May. You cannot submit this tax return and attachments on paper.
Everyone who receives the Tax return for self-employed persons and everyone who has carried on commercial activity must submit the Tax return for personal self-employed persons, etc.
Received the wrong tax return?
If you have received the Tax return for personal self-employed persons, etc., you must submit the form even if the commercial activity has ceased.
If you started commercial activity during 2017 and have received the Tax return for wealth and income tax – wage earners and pensioners etc., the reason is that the Norwegian Tax Administration is unaware that you have started a business.
To submit the Tax return for wealth and income tax - personal self-employed persons, etc., click on the form link under "Hvor finner du skjema" (Where do I find the form?) and then on the "Nytt skjema" (New form) button. After logging in, select the appropriate income statement (must people will use Income statement 1 - RF-1175). The Tax return for personal self-employed persons, etc. will then open with the same pre-completed information as the tax return that was sent to you.
The form must be submitted under the holder's national ID number.
Taxpayers who must submit a tax return on behalf of a deceased person cannot submit the return online. These tax returns must be submitted on paper.
As a personal self-employed person, you can fill in and submit a separate tax return in Altinn.
To fill in this form, you will need the Altinn role "Accountant", "Auditor" or "Accountant without signatory right".
Signing the form requires the role "Limited signatory right" or "Accountant with signatory right".
If the company is subject to auditing, the role "Auditor" or "Public auditor" is required.
You can check which roles you have for an actor on the page entitled "Profile, roles and rights". If you do not have these roles, you must get someone who does to delegate them to you.
Check that you have the necessary roles in good time before the submission deadline.
You will find the relevant attachment forms under the attachments tab when you have opened the form. If you use the Tax return for wealth and income tax – personal self-employed persons, etc. (RF-1030) together with Income Statement 1 (RF-1175), the attachment forms can also be added directly from an item in either the tax return or the income statement.
For businesses with simple tax affairs, the Norwegian Tax Administration recommends reporting via the Business Tax Return.
The Tax return for personal self-employed persons consists of a single main form (the tax return) and various attachment forms (e.g. Income Statement 1).
Tax return for wealth and income tax - personal self-employed persons, etc. RF-1030 is pre-completed with the information which the Norwegian Tax Administration has about you, either from internal databases or from banks, insurance companies, clients or employers and other public agencies. The pre-completed information largely concerns your personal circumstances. You must add information concerning your business circumstances yourself.
The information contained in the pre-completed tax return can also be downloaded to an end user system which is integrated with Altinn.
Help and guidelines
The following help is available in the forms:
1. Tax-related help for the items (question mark next to the form field)
2. Tax-related guidelines for the Tax return for self-employed persons etc. (RF-1030) and Income Statement 1 (RF-1175).
3. Help concerning how to use the service (navigation, principles for transferring values between forms, etc.)
Forms for 2015 or earlier must be submitted as a scanned attachment to the e-contact form or RF-1117 Appeal against tax assessment.
Forms for 2016 must be submitted via RF-1366 Endringsmelding for formues- og inntektsskatt 2016 for personlige skattepliktige (Correction for wealth and income tax 2016 for personal taxpayers - in Norwegian only)
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