Slovenia – VAT rate increase with effect from 1 July 2013

The Slovenian Parliament has approved an increase in the standard and reduces VAT rates. Subject to the approval from the National Council, the increases will be effective from 1 July 2013, as follows:

  • Standard VAT rate: from 20% to 22%;
  • Reduced VAT rate: from 8.5% to 9.5%;

No changes have been made to the list of goods/services which are subject to the reduced VAT rate.

What does it mean for you

We recommend reviewing the VAT implications on your business operations in Slovenia due to these changes, to ensure full compliance with regard to VAT rules, rates and regulations. Systems must be adjusted and contracts may need to be reviewed. Please see news update on PwC’s GlobalVATOnline here.

About Andras Salanki

Manager PwC Switzerland email: andras.salanki@ch.pwc.com Office: +41587924536

Andras Salanki is an international VAT advisor with 7 years of relevant professional experience. He spent one year on secondment in California, US, where he advised US multinationals on global VAT projects and also gained experience with IT and Internet companies based in the Silicon Valley.