For a person who doesn't like doing taxes this is a great service.
However, it also means that government agencies talk to one another, sharing your information.
Norwegians travel to Europe for weekend shopping sprees and regularly cross the border to Sweden for cheaper items such as alcohol, cigarettes, meat and chocolate.
Your money goes a lot further in Norway if you live like a Norwegian.
One of them said the only thing he lied about was how much money he made because the "chics won't look at a guy that makes under 100K".
The other went on to agree and say he lied about ever being married, his salary, Read more or register here to join the discussion below...
These sites likely do more to spread disease than anything else.
Wages and Money Wages are very good in Norway but they are comparable to living expenses. Well, that is the judgment that you placed on the relationship.This (long) post was a lot harder to write than I thought.Social Benefits Norway has a strong welfare system. If anything happens such as unemployment or sickness, it is reassuring to know that you can get help if needed.Living in a place that has a strong welfare system gives extra security or peace of mind, especially for those who are from abroad. -Arnold Schwarzenegger After what i heard today at the pool, and there was more said than i wrote, I kinda get the feeling that the woman they have come into contact with (and I'm not trying to generalize, it's just what I heard) have really done something to spark this type of behavior... I got a bit sick, I didnt ever think she of all people would be mining. My relationship to power and authority is that I'm all for it. Ninety-five percent of the people in the world need to be told what to do and how to behave.Just knowing that it is there makes the decision to move to Norway much easier.Everyone has access to child benefits, unemployment benefits, pensions, maternity/paternity and medical benefits no matter their wage or social status.Even though living in Norway is expensive (Oslo is usually the most expensive city in the world to live according the the Most Expensive City index) buying abroad is a delight. A book that you buy for kr.9o (US) in Norway you can buy for around kr.36 (US) in the UK including shipping.However, Norwegians are careful not to import anything greater that kr.500 as the import taxes are outrageous. It is also very noticeable how far the Norwegian crown goes when traveling or on holidays.