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    Quote Originally Posted by agentsmith1612 View Post
    Thats much more as in Germany. Times two I would say. Your taxes are much higher, I know.

    But a question:
    Do you know how high would the income of an engineer or chemist (B.Sc. grade) in Norway?
    According to Ingeniør | utdanning.no (a goverment approved site, they say), it's around €52.400. After 10-14 years of experience, it's around €67.000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 19quiz76 View Post
    According to Ingeniør | utdanning.no (a goverment approved site, they say), it's around €52.400. After 10-14 years of experience, it's around €67.000.
    Using the calculator to the Norwegian union Nito (union for Engineers) I'm getting the average engineer salary for graduates is at $79,000 (€60,500) and $105,000 (€80,500) for engineers with 10 years' seniority. 30 years experience or more is $118,000 (€90,800). Where I work, I know that my co-workers (engineers) with 5 years of experience has an salary of $100,000 (€76,600).
    Average tax rate of income is about 28% (http://www.davemanuel.com/2009/09/08...an-tax-system/)

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    VAT Rates in Norway 25% plus income tax 28% is 53%?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cato76 View Post
    Average tax rate of income is about 28%
    Is it true that Norway also has VAT??
    The standard VAT rate in Norway is 25%. There is a reduced rate of 15% for food and drink. There is also an 8% VAT rate for: passenger transport; hotel accommodation; and other.

    And Norway has very high taxes on vehicles???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 19quiz76 View Post
    Thanx, rlpm - that was very informative!

    Surprised, really, to see that large a bunch in the sub $100K section. Almost 30%.
    Remember when reading that: nobody made a poll about *assets*. There may be quite a few purchases by people with low incomes but a very large quantity of savings. This is my situation. This is also the situation of a number of retirees.
    Last edited by neroden; 2013-03-05 at 08:22 PM. Reason: Clarify
    I take "Electro", my amazing Model S, to the train station: yes, it's a station wagon

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    Quote Originally Posted by montgom626 View Post
    Is it true that Norway also has VAT??
    The standard VAT rate in Norway is 25%. There is a reduced rate of 15% for food and drink. There is also an 8% VAT rate for: passenger transport; hotel accommodation; and other.

    And Norway has very high taxes on vehicles???
    For EV there is no VAT or Taxes. However, one-off registration tax is computed based upon the tax group, unladen weight, engine rating, CO2 emissions and NOx, as well as possibly the engine's cylinder volume. Second-hand vehicles: The one-off registration tax is reduced in proportion to the age of the vehicle (use deduction).

    You can see how the taxes are calculated here: http://toll.no/templates_TAD/Registr...uage=en&step=1

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