In our story of 6th October 2019, we reported that the Slovenian National Assembly agreed to reclassify the VAT rate for electronic publications (E-Books). This was from the standard rate of VAT of 22% to the reduced rate of VAT of 9.5%. We can confirm that the National Assembly are [...]
On 4 October 2019, the Slovenian government passed a law which contained several amendments to the Slovenian VAT law. These entered into force on 19 October 2019 with them taking effect from 1 January 2020 as a result. The main changes include the four 'Quick Fixes' for VAT; the EU [...]
On 24th September 2019, the National Assembly in Slovenia passed changes to the VAT law. This included the reclassification of the VAT rate of electronic books (e-Books) and journals. The change is from the standard VAT rate of 22% to the reduced rate of 9.5%. Accordingly, this will bring in [...]
Recently adopted amendments to the Slovenian VAT Act came into effect as of 1st January 2019. The changes mainly focus on implementing the EU Directives related to vouchers, and on simplification rules for cross-border sales of electronic services. They also remove certain administrative hurdles. Transposition of the EU Vouchers Directive [...]
The Slovenian Ministry of Finance has recently published a new amendment to the Slovenian Value Added Tax (VAT) Act that allows the possibility of deferring the accounting for VAT on importations. For imports performed as of 1 July 2016, a taxable person will have the option to account for import [...]
Further to our recent story, Slovenia has scrapped plans to increase its VAT rate by two percent. The rate rise was rejected by one member of the four-party coalition due to concerns about the effect a two percent rise would have on consumer spending. Although there is no planned increase [...]
Slovenia should this week confirm whether it will increase the standard rate of VAT from 22% to 24%. If confirmed, it is likely that the increase will be effective from 1 May 2014. We will provide a further update once the rate increase has been confirmed.