Value Added Tax Reform to Close Tax Reform in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 12 January - ECONOMY/TOPIC/WEEK
A lot of work still lies ahaed in reforming Slovenia's tax system. True, the country started its tax system reform nearly six years ago, in the independence year of 1991, with the reform's first phase introducing corporation tax as the central levy for legal persons and income tax as the main personal tax. The second phase will close by introducing of the value added tax, which will bring Slovenia closer to the developed Europe in the field of turnover taxes.
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