Basis for employers’ National Insurance contributions

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08892: Basis for employer's National insurance contributions and calculated employer's National insurance contributions, by sector, zone, type of contribution method of calculating employer's National Insurance contributions 2007 - 2021

Heidi Bekkevold Backe, Statistics Norway
+47 40 81 13 22
Thomas Hagen, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 320
2022-04-27 08:00
Total amount (NOK million):
NOK million
General provision (NOK million):
NOK million
Part of Central government administration and health trusts (NOK million):
NOK million
Production of certain steel products (NOK million):
NOK million
Agriculture and horticulture (NOK million):
NOK million
Road transport (NOK million):
NOK million
Sector-exempt activity (NOK million):
NOK million
Road freight transport (NOK million):
NOK million
Total amount (NOK million):
31.12.
General provision (NOK million):
31.12.
Part of Central government administration and health trusts (NOK million):
31.12.
Production of certain steel products (NOK million):
31.12.
Agriculture and horticulture (NOK million):
31.12.
Road transport (NOK million):
31.12.
Sector-exempt activity (NOK million):
31.12.
Road freight transport (NOK million):
31.12.
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Calculated employer contributions for civil servants are not included. Public sector includes state and social security administration, municipalities and counties. Private sector is here defined as all employers except public sector. Public enterprises are included in private sector. Reimbursement of sick pay normally includes reimbursement of taxable wages and other compensation which the employer has paid for employees in sickness absence or maternity leave. As a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic several temporary national measures were introduced in 2020. Among these were the decision to expand 'Reimbursement of sick pay' to be used also for the reimbursement of wages for persons laid off (from 13th of March 2020) as well as for employees with COVID-19-related absence (from 20th of March 2020). The support scheme granting reimbursement of wages for persons laid off was in use until 31st of August 2020. The support scheme granting reimbursement of wages for COVID-19-related absence was in use throughout 2020, and is prolonged into 2021. The National insurance contributions are reduced by 4 % in May and June 2020. The employers shall not change their reports to the a-meldingen. The reduction is included in 'Calculated employer's National insurance contributions' in the statistics. The size of the reduction is calculated from the basis for employer's National insurance contributions reported in May and June 2020.