Public Slovakia Author: Kristina Dosen
Slovakia has recently published a new version of its value-added tax (VAT) law, which is set to bring about changes in the way businesses operate in the country. The updated law, which comes into effect on April 1, 2023, is aimed at streamlining VAT procedures, reducing compliance costs, and improving the efficiency of the tax system.

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The new VAT law introduces stricter penalties for businesses that fail to comply with VAT regulations. These penalties are aimed at ensuring that all businesses take their VAT obligations seriously and avoid underreporting or avoiding their VAT liabilities.

These changes are aimed at making the VAT system fairer and more equitable for all businesses, regardless of their size or type of operations. The new VAT law is expected to bring a range of benefits for both businesses and the government. By simplifying VAT procedures and reducing compliance costs, the government hopes to encourage businesses to grow and create jobs while ensuring that the tax system remains robust and fair. You can find the new VAT law here.




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