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Raising the minimum salary in Slovenia in 2022

Raising the minimum salary in Slovenia in 2022

Raising the minimum salary in Slovenia in 2022 – a decision in the second half of January Raising the minimum salary in Slovenia in 2022 – the decision on the amount of the minimum wage will be made by the Minister of Labor in the second half of January 2022. Do you have any dilemmas regarding your salary? In this [...]

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Meal Reimbursement at work-Minimum and maximum amount

Meal Reimbursement at work-Minimum and maximum amount

Meal Reimbursement at work in Slovenia Meal reimbursement at work- sounds pefect, right ? The employer must provide you with reimbursement of the costs of food during work. This includes transport to and from work as well. There is reimbursement of the costs in carrying out certain duties while at work . Does a worker benefit from reimbursement of food [...]

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Geographic placement of Slovenia in Europe

Geographic placement of Slovenia in Europe

Foreigners have been showing interest in Slovenia, both for touristic purposes as well a location for starting their business in Europe. But if you have not yet visited Slovenia, you might want to inform yourself about the country first, which can make starting a business in Slovenia easier. While we have already covered the most notable cities in Slovenia, [...]

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Decision for business immigration to Slovenia

Decision for business immigration to Slovenia – audio guide

Starting a business in Europe often requires the representative of the company to also relocate to that country. Which is why the decision in which country to open the company is not only a professional one, but also a personal one. Especially if you would also move to that country with your family. In this week’s audio guide, we [...]

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Explanation of the terms of business immigration to Slovenia

Explanation of the terms of business immigration to Slovenia

Many foreigners have decided to start a business in Slovenia. The country is interesting for them because it is part of the European union and gives them the opportunity to do business in Europe, not only Slovenia. But some of them also decide to relocate to Slovenia. They reach this decision both because they want to oversee their business [...]

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Living in Slovenia through business immigration

Living in Slovenia through business immigration

We have previously presented Slovenia as a destination for business. There, we have explained all the positive aspects of doing business in Slovenia, popular business activities and economy in general. But foreign entrepreneurs frequently decide that in addition to opening a company in Slovenia, they also want to relocate here and oversee the business themselves on-site. Hence, it is [...]

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Purchasing and selling real estate as a business activity

Purchasing and selling real estate as a business activity

The real estate market is on the rise in Slovenia. There are several properties in construction and for sale and this business activity is especially popular with foreign investors. As purchasing real estate as a natural person is not possible for most non-EU citizens, foreigners tend to establish a company here to engage in this business activity. Purchasing and selling [...]

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Child benefit if you move to Slovenia

Child benefit if you move to Slovenia

From the 1st of January 2018 more funds are available for child benefit in Slovenia. Child benefit in Slovenia was introduced by the Public Finance Balance Act (ZUJF). The child benefit will be reintroduced in the 7th and 8th income class. That means that additional 45.000 children in Slovenia will receive child benefit. The child benefit is a complementary income for the [...]

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Non-resident taxpayer and paying income tax

Non-resident taxpayer and paying income tax

Who is non-resident taxpayer? A person is a non-resident taxpayer if he does not have an official registered place of residence or center of his personal and economic interests in Slovenia. Non-resident taxpayer is also a person who is in a tax year present in Slovenia for less than 183 days, explained the Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (Furs). Like non-resident taypayer, [...]

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A1 form – what are the most common problems?

A1 form – what are the most common problems?

A1 form – in January, according to the new procedure,  Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (ZZZS) issued 4,420 A1 forms. This form is necessary when employers want to send their employees to work abroad. Changed conditions and method of obtaining these forms have caused some problems. The most often is problem, that employers give to the ZZZS wrong  or [...]

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