Slovenia to allow applications for businesses to delay VAT payments affected by Coronavirus

30 March 2020

The Slovenian Ministry of Finance has announced that they will allow applications to postpone VAT payments for any businesses affected by the Coronavirus. There will be no penalties or late interest charges applied in regards to the deferred payments, and the VAT return deadline of the last day of the month following the VAT return period will remain the same.

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