updated on 12 February 2024

Title: A Step-by-Step Guide to Filing RF-1086 Aksjonærregisteroppgaven for Norwegian Companies


For every business owner in Norway, understanding and complying with the tax obligations is critical. Among these is the RF-1086 Aksjonærregisteroppgaven, an annual shareholder report that must be submitted by companies. This guide will walk you through the steps to ensure your company is compliant.

What is RF-1086 Aksjonærregisteroppgaven?

The RF-1086 Aksjonærregisteroppgaven is a mandatory report that Norwegian companies must file annually. It provides detailed information about shareholders and their shareholdings as of January 1st of the reporting year. This report is crucial for the Norwegian Tax Administration to calculate personal income and wealth tax correctly.

Who Needs to File It?

All Norwegian AS (Aksjeselskap) companies are required to file the RF-1086 form. This includes both publicly traded and privately held companies.

Step-by-Step Guide to Filing Your RF-1086:

  1. Gather Required Information: Before you begin, ensure you have all the necessary information including:Details of all shareholders as of January 1st.The number and type of shares held by each shareholder.The value of these shares.
  2. Details of all shareholders as of January 1st.
  3. The number and type of shares held by each shareholder.
  4. The value of these shares.
  5. Access the Altinn Portal: The RF-1086 form is submitted electronically via the Altinn portal, a digital platform for official forms in Norway. Log in with your company's credentials.
  6. Find the RF-1086 Form: Once logged in, navigate to the 'All forms and services' section and locate the RF-1086 form.
  7. Fill Out the Form: Carefully fill in the required fields with the information you have gathered. Accuracy is key to avoid any discrepancies.
  8. Review and Confirm: Double-check the information for any errors or omissions. Once you’re certain everything is correct, confirm the submission.
  9. Submit Before the Deadline: The deadline for submission is usually towards the end of January. Make sure to submit before the due date to avoid penalties.

Common Mistakes to Avoid:

  • Incomplete Information: Ensure every field is filled out correctly.
  • Incorrect Shareholder Details: Double-check the accuracy of shareholder names, social security numbers, and addresses.
  • Wrong Share Valuation: Be precise with the share valuation as of January 1st.


Filing the RF-1086 Aksjonærregisteroppgaven is a critical annual task for Norwegian companies. By following these steps and ensuring the accuracy of your report, you can maintain compliance and avoid potential penalties.

Additional Resources:

For more detailed information or if you encounter any issues, visit the Norwegian Tax Administration website or consult a professional tax advisor.

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