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Which travel regulation should you choose in the HR portal?

When registering travel reimbursement claims in the HR portal you are required to select a travel regulation in accordance with your accommodation. Regulations stipulate subsistence expenses compensation and to which degree the compensation is paid without tax deduction. On this page you will find a description of the various regulations and information on when to use them. 

Regulation Name Description/When to use Legal reference
A

Hotel

Accommodation bearing the word «hotel» in its name or other accommodation with hotel standard.

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
B

Domestic daytrip

Travel in Norway without overnight stay. For daytrips in other countries, use regulation A.

 
C Hotel, not subject to withholding tax If you only want the tax-exempted part of regulation A. The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
D Hotel >28 days

After 28 days stay at a destination using regulative A, you must add a new destination using regulation D

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
E Pension

Non-hotel accommodation such as boarding house, guesthouse, Bed & Breakfast, hostel, etc.

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
H

Apt./Private acc.

Non-hotel accommodation such as private home, cabin, bedsit, Airbnb, apartment hotel and similar quarters where you are able to prepare food, check The Norwegian Tax Authoroties' definition of cooking facilities (skatteetaten.no) (Norwegian)

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
I

Pension (Tax Free)

If you only want the tax-exempted rate of regulation E

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
J

Apt./Private acc. (Tax Free)

If you only want the tax-exempted rate of regulation H

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
K

Pension >28 days

After 28 days stay at a destination using regulation E, you must add a new destination using regulation K

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
L

Apt./Private acc. >28 days

After 28 days stay at a destination using regulation H, you must add a new destination using regulation L

The Norwegian Tax Administration's  allowance rates (skatteetaten.no)
M

Reimbursement

If you are only claiming reimbursement for de facto expenses and not for any allowances for subsistence, use of own car. overnight accommodation supplements, or compensation supplements for international travel.

 
p

Private trip, holiday

Add this to parts of your trip that are considered non-duty

 
T

Fieldwork, hotel

Fieldwork for employees (regular or temporary) for more than 28 days, in accommodation bearing the word hotel in its name or other accommodation of hotel standard

UiO regulations for fieldwork exceeding 28 days (Norwegian)
V

Fieldwork, pension

Fieldwork for employees (regular or temporary) for more than 28 days, in accommodation like boarding house, guesthouse, Bed & Breakfast, hostel, etc.

UiO regulations for fieldwork exceeding 28 days (Norwegian)
W

Fieldw. Norway, Apt./Private acc.

Fieldwork for employees (regular or temporary) for more than 28 days, in accommodation like private home, cabin, bedsit, Airbnb, aparthotel and similar quarters where you are able to prepare food, check The Norwegian Tax Authoroties' definition of cooking facilities (skatteetaten.no) (Norwegian)

UiO regulations for fieldwork exceeding 28 days (Norwegian)

 

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Published Mar. 6, 2017 12:47 PM - Last modified Sep. 25, 2019 10:26 AM