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Slovenia

Capital
Official languages
Population 
Currency

ISO 4217

Ljubljana

Slovene

2,078,938 (as of July 2020)

Slovenian Tolar

EUR

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Economy

Slovenia has a strong and stable economy, with a GDP of $51.2 billion in 2019. This is a 3.2% increase from 2018, and the country is expected to continue to grow in the coming years. The unemployment rate in Slovenia is 4.2%, which is lower than the European Union average of 6.2%. The inflation rate is also low, at 1.7%, and the country has a budget surplus of 0.7%. The country has a strong export market, with exports totaling $25.2 billion in 2019. The main exports are machinery and transport equipment, chemicals, and food and beverages. Slovenia also has a strong tourism industry, with over 4 million visitors in 2019. The country has a strong banking sector, with the largest bank, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, having assets of $20.3 billion. Overall, Slovenia has a strong and stable economy, with a positive outlook for the future.

Taxation

Slovenia is a country located in Central Europe and its taxation system is governed by the Tax Administration of the Republic of Slovenia.


Corporate taxation in Slovenia is levied on resident companies at a flat rate of 19% on their worldwide income. Non-resident companies are taxed only on their income generated within the country. In addition, there is also a municipal tax that ranges from 0.15% to 0.5% of a company's taxable income, depending on the municipality where the company is located. Companies must file an annual tax return and pay their taxes by the end of March of the following year.


Personal taxation in Slovenia is based on a progressive tax rate system ranging from 16% to 50% on all income earned by residents. There are also some exemptions and deductions available for certain types of income, such as employment income and retirement benefits. Individuals must file an annual tax return and pay their taxes by the end of April of the following year.


In addition to income tax, Slovenia also has a Value Added Tax (VAT) of 22% on most goods and services, with reduced rates of 9.5% and 5% on certain items, such as food and books. Registered businesses are required to collect VAT from their customers and remit it to the government. VAT returns and payments are due monthly or quarterly, depending on the size of the business.


Taxpayers in Slovenia can file their tax returns and make payments online through the Tax Administration's website. The tax calendar in Slovenia runs from January to December, with tax returns and payments due by the end of March of the following year for corporate taxes and by the end of April of the following year for personal taxes. VAT returns and payments are due monthly or quarterly, depending on the size of the business.


It's important to note that Slovenia has penalties for non-compliance with tax laws, including fines and imprisonment for individuals, and fines and suspension of business activities for companies. The Tax Administration has implemented measures to improve tax collection and combat tax evasion, such as the introduction of electronic tax payment systems and tax education programs.

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