VAT identification number in Slovenia for your company!
VAT identification number in Slovenia is very important for those who want to do business in Europe. Many companies want to enter the VAT system as soon as the company is opened. Do you know when you have to enter the VAT system and when it pays off to enter the VAT system voluntarily? In this article, we answer all your questions on this topic.
VAT identification number in Slovenia – how to obtain it?
What is VAT? It means value added tax. You need it in some cases. Also, you need it if you are doing business in other EU lands. You must submit the request for to issue a VAT identification number in Slovenia in a timely manner. You do it in an online form on the eDavki (eTaxes) portal. Your accountant can also obtain it on your behalf. The request must be submitted no later than the month in which the transactions will exceed the amount of 50,000 EUR. Based on the request, you will receive a VAT identification number in Slovenia. It will consist of the SI prefix and the tax number. The tax office will issue the number no later than the last day of the month after the month of entering the system.
When do you have to enter the VAT system in Slovenia?
According to the Law on Value Added Tax (ZDDV-1), a taxpayer is any natural or legal person who does business. However, not everyone has to enter the VAT system. So, not all taxpayers have to identify for VAT purposes.
You must enter the VAT system if you go over the limit of 50,000 EUR of taxable turnover in the last 12 months. In this case, you need a VAT identification number in Slovenia. You have to apply for it in electronic form.
VAT indentification number in Slovenia – how to become a VAT payer voluntarily?
You can also become a taxpayer voluntarily. Also, you can do it even if you have a lower total taxable annual turnover of 50,000 EUR. You can submit a request after the opening your company. But there is a condition, and that is that you remain in the VAT system for at least 60 months.
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