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The new government plans to pursue the goal of sustainable public finances and respect the fiscal rule, but also lower income tax and increase the contributions paid by employers, according to information obtained by the STA. The strategy for managing state investments will be overhauled.

Slovenian central government budget income increased by 7 percent year-on-year in the first 10 months of this year, erasing the budget deficit, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday.

Slovenia will increase corporate tax by two percent and reduce personal income tax for middle-income taxpayers in 2017, the Government has announced.

The daily Delo has reported that a council in charge of coordinating a renewed effort to introduce a real estate tax has set March 2019 for the start of a gradual introduction of the tax for certain property.

The Slovenian government plans to raise value added tax (VAT) from May 1 to increase state revenues after the country’s top court ruled out a new real estate tax, Finance Minister Uros Cufer said.

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