Slovenia concluded agreements on the avoidance of double taxation with a number of different countries in order to prevent people from paying the same income taxes twice.
Agreements on the avoidance of double taxation define which country has the right to impose tax on individuals. If both countries have this right, the agreement will define which country takes precedence. Agreements can stipulate different rules for different types of income.
Any person living in one country and working in another who is receiving income or performing economic activity.
Procedures, requirements and payment amounts can vary depending on an individual case and contract. More information on the countries with which Slovenia concluded agreements on the avoidance of double taxation is available (in English) at:
Ministry of Finance, Financial Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (Ministrstvo za finance, Finančna uprava Republike Slovenije). Refer to the financial office responsible for your residential area. The contact can be found (in Slovenian) at: http://www.fu.gov.si/kontakti/