Update: Norwegian tax authorities have charged heavy taxes this month to Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, well known as Kygo, a pioneer of electronic music.newspaper Dagens Næringsliv (DN) This week he reported that he earned NOK 46.2 million in 2020, but apparently forgot to pay all the taxes he had to pay for the year by the May 11 deadline.
Authorities responded by claiming NOK 15 million (US $ 1.6 million at the current exchange rate) for the Gørvell-Dahll mansion purchased in his hometown of Bergen for NOK 41 million in 2018. This purchase set a record for residential real estate in the West Coast cities of the time.
Norwegians living in Norway are taxed annually on both their income and their total net worth. In the case of Gørvell-Dahll, the business newspaper reports DN, Both his income and net worth have decreased significantly from the previous year. The public tax file shows that he paid NOK 12.4 million tax on his income in 2020 and paid NOK 103 million property.
Tax authorities are demanding an additional 15 million Norwegian krone, and Gørvell-Dahll spokesman Jan Magnus Bjordal said: DN It all comes down to “our misunderstandings and oblivion.” Bjordal, the stepfather of Gørvell-Dahll, said their lawyer was ” Skatteetaten (State Tax Department) And we want to resolve this as soon as possible. “
DN On Wednesday evening, it was reported that the tax claim was fulfilled and the tax authorities’ claim on Gørvell-Dahll’s house was lifted.
Gørvell-Dahll, now 30 years old, continues to be one of Norway’s most successful artists, despite a sharp decline in concert revenues during the 2020 Corona crisis. DN Remixes and disc jockeys, called “comfortable” house music, are active internationally. He played in front of hundreds of thousands of people and was a huge success in a joint project with Selena Gomez.