Slovenia and Covid-19: New tax measures

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published on 24 March 2020 | reading approx. time 1 minute

 

The Slovenian Government issued a series of measures, to deduct tax-obligations.

 

 

The deadline for submission of the annual corporate income tax return and the calculation of the advance payment of personal income tax for the year 2019 is postponed to 31 May 2020. In addition to the regular possibilities of the deferral or the payment in instalments of taxes, the Taxpayer may, under facilitated conditions, apply for a deferral of tax payment for up to 2 years or for a maximum of 24 monthly instalments over a period of 24 months. During this time, interest will not be calculated.

 
Entrepreneurs which have no employees and have no other source of income, will have to pay their social security contributions for April, May and June 2019 until 31 March 2021.

 
Additional measures, which could indirectly influence tax obligations are also either in force (e.g. deferred payment of the obligations from a loan agreement) or are planned (additional measures, to help the economy in Slovenia).

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