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A VAT return must be submitted for each tax period separately, whether the person or entity is liable to pay VAT for that tax period or not.

The deadline for submitting a VAT return is the last business day of the month following the end of the tax period and in some cases even earlier.

The form must also be accompanied by a certificate demonstrating that the company intends to perform business activities in Slovenia.

The tax authority issues a decision on identification for VAT purposes no later than by the taxable supply date indicated in the company's application.

An individual or business can apply to become VAT registered even if your turnover does not reach the threshold.

An application can be submitted when the company is being set up on condition that the applicant remains a taxable person for at least 60 months thereafter.

The application must be submitted electronically on the DDV-P3 form through the e Tax system.

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The Slovenian Infrastructure Agency (former Slovenian Roads Agency) manages main and regional roads and cycling routes, while the rest of the roads are managed by other operators.The equivalent of Value added tax (VAT) in Slovenia is DDV. A person becomes liable for VAT when annual turnover exceeds EUR 50,000.



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