Give a share savings account as a gift
Give away your share savings account as a gift without it having tax consequences.
Give away your share savings account as a gift without it having tax consequences
Give a gift that can increase in value
How does it work?
- Share savings accounts that are to be given as gifts must be transferred in full. It is not possible to give away part of the holdings.
- You can only give the Share savings account as a gift to another DNB customer. The gift recipient can later choose to transfer this to a share savings account with another provider.
- The recipient must have created a share savings account in DNB in order for us to transfer your share savings account to it.
- Before you fill out the transfer form, you must have the national identity number and the share savings account number of the gift recipient’s share savings account. The share savings account number can be found in the online bank.
Frequently asked questions about giving share savings account as gifts
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Give a gift that can grow in value, minimum amount NOK 100
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