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Regulations within a company in Slovenia, EU

Regulations within a company in Slovenia, EU

Preparing internal regulations within a company in Slovenia is a topic employer sometimes prefer to avoid. This is mostly due to the fact that they do not understand the true importance of these regulations. In addition, these regulations are not intended for inspectors, but to enforce good working relations within the company. Mostly, they are necessary to legally protect [...]

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Penalty for undeclared labor can add up to 26.000 EUR

Penalty for undeclared labor can add up to 26.000 EUR

Penalty for undeclared work is a reality also in these holiday months. The inspectors of the Financial administration are doing inspections on-site, which a Slovenian transportation company was also unfortunate to realize. What can happen, if an inspector discovers a person, who is does not work in that company? Penalty for undeclared labor – an example from practice An officer of [...]

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Services for foreign companies in Slovenia

Services that foreign companies perform in Slovenia and EU

Foreign companies often perform services in Slovenia and EU. The reason are the most favorable prices of the contractors and quality of services. A foreign company that concludes a contract for the performance of services must meet all necessary requirements. The company DATA can help you with legal counseling, accounting advice, and preparation of all necessary documentation. Services in Slovenia – [...]

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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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A new form for the employment of foreigner in Slovenia

A new form for the employment of foreigner in Slovenia

A new form for the employment of foreigner in Slovenia Before you will apply for employment of foreigner, you have to make labor market control. For it you will need to use the new PDM-KTD form (Job Vacancy – Labor Market Control), the Employment Service of Slovenia (ZRSZ) reported. The form will be in use form from 1 January 2018 onwards. >> If you still [...]

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Obtaining A1 form for posted workers - new regulations after 1.1.2018

Obtaining A1 form for posted workers – new regulations after 1.1.2018

Obtaining A1 form for posted workers From the 1.1.2018 onwards, an employer can obtain A1 form for posted workers according to new regulations. With changed legislation about posted work abroad, which began to apply on 1st January 2018, also the conditions and the way in which legal and natural persons with activity (sp) obtain A1 form changed. Based on A1 form the workers can perform [...]

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Real estate business in Slovenia, EU

Can foreigners buy real estates in Slovenia?

Slovenian Constitution in Article 68 says “that foreigner can get ownership rights for real estate under conditions provided by law or a treaty ratified by the National Assembly”. Since Slovenia entered EU in 2004, EU citizens may buy properties or real estates in Slovenia without restrictions. But one important rule has to be fulfilled – foreigners can buy property since [...]

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