Some forms of income in Slovenia are tax-exempt, subject to specific conditions specified in Slovenian law, as follows:
- A dividend distributed between two companies in Slovenia.
- A standard exemption of EUR 3,303 or more up to EUR 6,520, depending on annual income, for any Slovenian resident.
- Tax relief of EUR 17,659 for disabled people, EUR 1,205 for people over 65 and children, starting EUR 2,437 for the first child.
- An exemption of EUR 2,477 on a student's earnings.
- Prizes from lotteries and games of chance to the legally defined limit.
- Prizes and stipends from international bodies for social and scientific achievements.
- Refunds from an employer of accommodation and travel expenses incurred for business purposes.
- Child allowances and subsidies paid by the State.
Note: The information in this site is for general guidance only. Users of this site are advised to take professional advice before taking practical tax decisions.
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