In mid-June the Slovenian government announced a set of measures directed to lower the tax burden on labour and reduce administrative obstacles. The tax project was presented by financial minister Dušan Mramor.
Currently, Slovenia has rather high taxation of labour and a very steep progression of the personal income tax. This puts heavy burden on the best performing and best educated employees in particular, which in turn negatively affects the competitiveness of Slovenian enterprises.
Mramor promises a more favourable labour tax system to be put into practice in 2017. At the same time the new system should significantly improve tax collection. The new real estate tax should also be implemented for the first time in 2017.
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