Norway-USA in contrast: Income taxation

On the EDGE: An opinion column about issues in Norway and the United States — Join the conversation! M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway Norwegian and American personal income taxes are both alike and different. They are alike in the ways payment of them starts. In Norway, taxpayers file Form RF-1030 with Skatteetaten (The Norwegian Tax Administration), typically to a deadline of April 30. In the United States, taxpayers file Form 1040 with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), typically to a deadline of April 15 (the taxpayer is not involved in the Social Security part of it, reported to the IRS). Overall taxations also are nearly alike. As pointed out “Norway-USA in contrast: Wages and taxes,” The No
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M. Michael Brady

M. Michael Brady was born, raised, and educated as a scientist in the United States. After relocating to the Oslo area, he turned to writing and translating. In Norway, he is now classified as a bilingual dual national.

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