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Jun 27, 2005

A document from the Norwegian tax authorities "The Income Tax Return 2004 for employees and pensioners" contains a useful 22p. Norwegian- English list which can be used as a glossary. Amongst others, it offers a translation for all social security benefit terms in Norway

http://www.skatteetaten.no/upload/S-A-text_2004_English.pdf

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Daphne b  Identity Verified
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Link not working Jun 27, 2005

hirselina wrote:

A document from the Norwegian tax authorities "The Income Tax Return 2004 for employees and pensioners" contains a useful 22p. Norwegian- English list which can be used as a glossary. Amongst others, it offers a translation for all social security benefit terms in Norway

http://www.skatteetaten.no/upload/S-A-text_2004_English.pdf

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-06-27 16:11]


Hi hirselina,

Have you used it recently? The link http://www.skatteetaten.no/upload/S-A-text_2004_English.pdf which turns into http://www.skatteetaten.no/upload/S-A-text%20_2004_English.pdf when pasted in the browser does not seem to work. I get the message:

Siden finnes ikke

Siden du leter etter er flyttet eller eksisterer ikke.

Dersom vi har lenket feil, setter vi pris på å få en tilbakemelding.
Du kan også prøve et søk på våre nettsider.

Perhaps you have misspelled it?

[Edited at 2005-06-27 16:20]


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remove the space after 'text' Jun 27, 2005

Daphne,
the link works if you remove the space after the word 'text' in hirselina's post, or if you click on the link in your own post.

Details:
I don't think the space was there in the first place, there must be a technical problem: when the last thing in a forum post is a link and the moderator edits the title -as I did here- the word "subject" is included in the link, and a space may be inserted. (I'll notify ProZ staff.)
And in hirselina's post a space was inserted after the word 'text' in the link.
When you do "reply with quote" the space disappears again, so the link copied into your post works! Strange, isn't it?


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Daphne b  Identity Verified
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Ahhhh! Jun 27, 2005

Maria Karra wrote:
Details:
I don't think the space was there in the first place, there must be a technical problem: when the last thing in a forum post is a link and the moderator edits the title -as I did here- the word "subject" is included in the link, and a space may be inserted. (I'll notify ProZ staff.)
And in hirselina's post a space was inserted after the word 'text' in the link.
When you do "reply with quote" the space disappears again, so the link copied into your post works! Strange, isn't it?


Thanks Maria,

I noticed the link included the word "Subject" and removed it before trying the link, but I was not aware of the space after "text". And I had no idea the link worked when quoting in my own post! Most bizarre...


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